As the French president gloats over France’s involvement in Libya and Ivory Coast, Harvard University’s Charles Cogan argues that Barack Obama should take his cue from Nicolas Sarkozy’s talents of self-promotion.
- Régis LE SOMMIER, Deputy editor in Chief, Paris Match
- Rony BRAUMAN, Professor of International Relations, Sciences Po
- Charles COGAN, Former CIA Bureau Chief in Paris, Massachusetts, author of 'Diplomatie à la française'
- Nadim SHEHADI, Associate Fellow, Middle East and North Africa Programme at Chatham House