Michael Benhamou is the founder of ARON Praxis, a consultancy specialising in mapping public policy topics – migration, conflicts, discrimination etc. Its purpose is to merge humanities with tech for political understanding and impact. Previously, he was a Visiting Fellow at the Martens Centre, focusing on the Middle East and on European Defense, as a continuation of the work he had done at the French armed forces and NATO as a political advisor in field operations. Michael obtained Master degrees in history and international relations from Sciences Po Paris and Sorbonne University.
Posts by Michael Benhamou
Online Event ‘The Geopolitical Impact of Covid-19 on the Middle East’
Live-streams - Multimedia
29 Apr 2020
From Kabul to conservative politics: a book review of Rory Stewart’s “The Marches”
23 Apr 2018
Hollywood, Trump and the Fringes of America
13 Jan 2017
The West and the return of violence
01 Dec 2015
More Europe, Less Egoism: European civil society to the rescue in the migrant crisis
04 Sep 2015
Western Balkans and Europe: showing the love, finally?
19 May 2015
Engaging the Middle East: A travel diary in Turkey, Jordan and Lebanon
26 Mar 2015
Defending Europe in Hénin Beaumont
23 Jan 2015
Charlie Hebdo massacre: a test for Western character
09 Jan 2015
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