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Weapons of Mass Diplomacy

English · Hardback

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Informationen zum Autor Abel Lanzac! a pseudonym for Antonin Baudry! is a French diplomat. His career has been a hybrid of diplomatic and cultural enterprises. He worked as Technical Advisor and Director of International Cultural Affairs for former French Prime Minister Dominique de Villepin. Since 2010! he has been serving as Cultural Counselor for France in the US and Permanent Representative for French Universities in the US! working in the French Embassy's New York office. Christophe Blain is an artist and writer. His graphic novel series include Gus! Isaac the Pirate and The Speed Abater (all published by NBM). He has received numerous awards! including the 'Best Graphic Novel' award at Angoulême 2002 for the first volume of Isaac the Pirate! and again in 2013 for the second volume of Quai d'Orsay. Klappentext An accessible and humorous insight into French politics! which is already an international bestseller and with appeal to fans of satirical political comedies such as "The Thick Of It" etc. A film adaptation has been released in France! with potential for distribution in other countries worldwide in 2014. Zusammenfassung Bestselling satire about French diplomacy in the lead-up to the Iraq War

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Authors Christophe Blain, Abel Lanzac, Abel/ Blain Lanzac
Assisted by Christophe Blain (Illustration)
Publisher Self Made Hero
 
Languages English
Product format Hardback
Released 17.04.2014
 
EAN 9781906838782
ISBN 978-1-906838-78-2
Dimensions 200 mm x 270 mm x 25 mm
Series Self Made Hero
SelfMadeHero
Subjects Fiction > Comic, cartoon, humour, satire > Comic

Politics & government

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