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The following cards: excellent geopolitical issue



Summary of the issue

From very synthetically, the bottom of this card in a form of episodes of 10 minutes, strategic, geopolitical or political issues hiding behind a map, past or present, of a region of the globe.

The strength of this series is we believe that it has a fast, clear and understandable to all geopolitical issues.

This is an excellent program for anyone wishing to understand the world, complex, around us.

Author: Jean-Christophe Victor.

Jean-Christophe Victor, director of LEPAC (Laboratory of Political Studies and Cartographic) teaches geopolitics at the Ecole de Guerre (Joint Defense College) and IIAP (International Institute of Public Administration). He is the author of:

- "The Afghan challenge or the city of murmurs", published by Lattès - Paris 1993
- "Weapons: France Third Grand", published by Autrement Paris 1985
- "Antarctic Planet" (Co-author, with Paul-Emile Victor) at Robert Laffont, 1992

Our selection

All episodes of Bottom cards are unfortunately not available in DVD Video Arte but regularly publishes synthesis Dvds bringing emissions relating to a common subject, these are some of these syntheses that we have selected for you.


  • If Maps: A reprieve in planet
  • An essential route map to understand the pressures and threats to our planet.

    Deforestation, desertification, marine pollution, water shortages, global warming: DVD offers a route map to understand the threats to our planet ...

    Opening Maps

    Summary Dvd: Editorial of JC Victor - Deforestation: the case of the Amazonian forest - Desertification - The pollution of the seas: The causes - The pollution of the seas: The solutions - The "Great North" attacked - Interview with Aqqaluk Lynge - Gulf of Guinea: oil or ecotourism - Water and mega-cities today - Water on land in 2025- Hydropolitics: the dam on the Yangzi- Large dams: towards the hydraulic dependency - The warming of the climate: history by the ICES.

  • If Maps: Europe, an alternative?
  • The 1er May 2004, 10 countries have joined the European Union. The Bottom of Cards analyzes the formation and the future of this "first voluntary empire".

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    Contents of the DVD: Editorial by Jean-Christophe Victor - The 10 new members - Consequences of enlargement - What borders? - Poland, Europe transport: 1 / 2 States locations / Options - The regional policy of the European Union - What European security? - A Europe outside Europe - Kaliningrad: a "Russian island" within the Union? - Turkey: once again at the crossroads - News from the Balkans - Moldova: a case study of geopolitics.

  • If Maps: US imperial geography
  • 80 cards to understand the constant changes and of American power.

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    Contents of the DVD: Editorial by Jean-Christophe Victor - Formation of US territory - The Indians of North America - 1803: The Louisiana became American - 20è century: Emergence of an international power - 21è century foreign policy since September 11 - California in impasse of development? - The military redeployment in the world - Diego Garcia, a small island, great strategy - Panama Withdrawal - The global economic geography - The Free Trade Area of ​​the Americas - The assage Northwest, future maritime route?

  • If Maps: Middle East
  • Cradle of the Arab world and Islamic civilization, with more than half of global oil reserves, the Middle East is a central issue, a geopolitical pivot. Middle East clash of competing strategies, national, regional and international.

    below the average cards Orient

    Summary Dvd: Editorial Victor JC - The Middle East area: Cradle of the Arab world and Islam - The oil dependency - The regulation of the oil market - are too simple maps of Islam. - States: Turkey - Egypt - Jordan - Syria - Saudi Arabia. - Tensions: For or against the Anglo-American intervention in Iraq - Jerusalem, a city two capitals? - Israel-Palestine, to a separation? - Kurdistan, a nation without a state - Geopolitical Nightmare Iran - Afghanistan, the return of peace? - A journey with Corto Maltese: Turkey to Samarkand

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