Didier Bigo

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Didier Bigo (b. 31 August 1956) is a French academic from Lille and Professor of International Relations at King's College London and at Sciences Po, Paris. He has written two books by himself (Polices en réseaux. L'expérience européenne. [1996] and Pouvoir et obéissance en Centrafrique. [1988]) and has been the editor for many others.[1]

He helped to found the peer-reviewed academic journal, International Political Sociology and as of 2014 was an editor for the French journal, Cultures et Conflits.[2] He is considered one of the leading academics within the Paris School of security studies.[3]

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  1. ^ Publications, Didier Bigo, http://www.didierbigo.com/publications-
  2. ^ http://www.didierbigo.com/
  3. ^ Terri E. Givens, Gary P. Freeman, David L. Leal (2009) Immigration policy and security: U.S., European, and Commonwealth perspectives, New York: Routledge, p 126

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