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Virginie Raisson-Victor

Virginie Raisson-Victor

Expert on geopolitics and foresight Chairwoman of Lépac
Languages : English, French

  • Categories

  • Administration, Governance & Politics
    • Europe
    • Geopolitics
    • Government
    • Politics
    • Public Governance
  • History
    • International History
  • Employability

  • Lecture
  • Seminar
  • Subjects

  • A state of the world to come: demography, environment, energy
  • European Union
  • West and Islamic world: perceptions and reality
  • Near and middle east, strategic wills and negotiations
  • The world in 2025
  • Using maps to understand and decide
  • United Nations fight for training and teaching, and against poverty: the 2015 objectives
  • Demography, migrations, transports, water, energy, climate, representations gaps and civilisations clashes

Virginie RAISSON-VICTOR graduated in History, International Relations and Geopolitics. She then became an analyst on international issues. Since 2008, she has run Lépac, a research lab dedicated to geopolitics and foresight studies, co-founded in 1992 with her husband, Jean-Christophe VICTOR. Virginie performed on-site analyses and mediation missions in Asia, Africa and the Balkans, ordered by various organisations such as the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Médecins Sans Frontières and UNICEF. 

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Virginie RAISSON-VICTOR graduated in History, International Relations and Geopolitics. She then became an analyst on international issues. Since 2008, she has run Lépac, a research lab dedicated to geopolitics and foresight studies, co-founded in 1992 with her husband, Jean-Christophe VICTOR. Virginie performed on-site analyses and mediation missions in Asia, Africa and the Balkans, ordered by various organisations such as the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Médecins Sans Frontières and UNICEF. 

She often contributes to the geopolitical programme Le Dessous des Cartes broadcasted on ARTE, and is the coauthor of two books based on this programme that were published in 2005 and 2007. Public administrations and private companies often call on her to host international training sessions in France and abroad.

Recently, Virginie RAISSON-VICTOR published two books that became references in foresight and data visualisation: 2033, Atlas des Futurs du Monde (Robert Laffont, 2010) and 2038, Les Futurs du Monde (Robert Laffont, 2016).

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2038: The World's Futures

When you think of the future, what do you see? Who is with you? Where do you live? The future is inevitably a vast set of unknown possibilities which, in a time of considerable and relentless change, can seem extremely daunting. But our futures are not completely foreign to us. 2038: The World's Futures demonstrates through the examination of facts and figures, alongside striking graphic collages, what the future might hold for us and what, more poignantly, we can do to shape it. By considering what we know today, it is possible to uncover not only the possibilities, but the opportunities that lay ahead of us, and recognise that the future is being invented today.

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