While Europeans dislike a ubiquitous America which is always ready to prove its power, they seem to dislike an isolationist America even more, writes Jeremy Ghez.
Aug 1, 2011 The European Magazine
Jeremy Ghez is a Paris-based research fellow at RAND Europe and an affiliate professor of economics and international affairs at HEC Paris. He is also the academoc director of the HEC Paris Center for Geopolitics. His research focuses on strategic analysis and strategic foresight; on global politics and international affairs; and on U.S., European, and Middle Eastern foreign policy and politics. He has also been involved in projects related to political Islam and deradicalization.
Ghez received his M.A. in economics from the Paris School of Economics, his M.Sc. in business from HEC Paris, and his Ph.D. from the Pardee RAND Graduate School.
Stijn Hoorens, Jeremy Ghez, Benoit Guerin, Daniel Schweppenstedde, Tess Hellgren, Veronika Horvath, Marlon Graf, Barbara Janta, Sam Drabble, Svitlana Kobzar, Europe's Societal Challenges: An analysis of societal trends to 2030 and their impact on the EU, RAND (RR-479-EC), 2013
Jeremy J. Ghez, Alliances in the 21st Century: Implications for the US-European partnership, RAND (OP-340-MO/FR), 2011
Angel Rabasa, Stacie L. Pettyjohn, Jeremy J. Ghez, Christopher Boucek, Deradicalizing Islamist Extremists, RAND (MG-MG-1053-SRF), 2011
Anais Reding, Kristin Weed, Jeremy J. Ghez, NATO's Strategic Communications concept and its relevance for France, RAND (TR-855/2-MOD/FR), 2010
Jeremy J. Ghez, The Enduring Partnership? The Trans-Atlantic Community as a Natural Alliance, RAND (RGSD-266), 2010
Jeremy Ghez, F. Stephen Larrabee, "France and NATO," Survival, 51(2):77-90, 2009
Frederic Wehrey, Theodore W. Karasik, Alireza Nader, Jeremy Ghez, Lydia Hansell, Robert A. Guffey, Saudi-Iranian Relations Since the Fall of Saddam, RAND (MG-840), 2009
Jeremy Ghez, Theodore W. Karasik, and Brian Nichiporuk, "A New Anti-American Coalition?" RAND Review, 32(2), 2008