Eli Barnavi is Professor of European Early Modern History at Tel Aviv University (emeritus), the Scientific Advisor to the Museum of Europe in Brussels and the Scientific Director to the Forum de Paris. From 2000 to 2002 he served as the Ambassador of Israel to France. Eli Barnavi wrote some fifteen books on France and Europe in the turmoil of the Religious Wars and on the contemporary history of Israel and of the Jewish people. He published numerous studies in professional journals in Europe, the US ands Canada, as well as political articles in the Israeli and European press.
Currently, he is a columnist with the French weekly Marianne.
Among his latest books:
Les religions meurtrières, Flammarion
La Révolution européenne, 1945-2007, Perrin, (with Kzrysztof Pomian)
L’Europe frigide. Réflexions sur un projet inachevé, André Versaille éditeur
Aujourd’hui, ou peut-être jamais. Pour une paix américaine au Proche-Orient, André Versaille éditeur