Авторы / Эли Барнави (Eli Barnavi)

Élie Barnavi (born 1946) is an Israeli historian and diplomat, who was the Israeli ambassador to France between 2000 and 2002. Born in Bucharest he moved as a child to Tel Aviv, Israel. He has written several books on French and European history. Born in Bucharest, Romania, Barnavi emigrated as a child to Tel Aviv and became an Israeli citizen, but still holds a Romanian passport. He has degrees in history from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, and in political science from Tel Aviv University (TAU), and received his PhD in modern history from the University of Paris in 1971, after which he was appointed professor of modern Western history at TAU, where he directed the Center for International Studies. He became the science director of the Museum of Europe in Brussels in 1998, and was the Israeli ambassador to France between 2000 and 2002, after which he resumed teaching at TAU and returned to his work at the museum

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