International Relations from 1945 to Today.

Algerian native Nacer Chambi uses his experience growing up in a French colony, moving to France and later the United States, to frame his analysis of post-World-War-II history. Newspaper articles, videos, documentaries, speeches, and interviews inform his discussions of colonization and decolonization the tole of the Great Powers and rise of emerging nations, populism, religious fundamentalism provide a better understanding of where we are today.

Fridays | From July 21st to September 22nd
Time: 10:00-11:30 AM
Level: B2-C1 | Advanced

Meet the teacher

Meet the teacher

Nacer Chambia native of Algeria, worked for more than 30 years in Algeria as Inspector of Finance, then as Judge in the Government Accountability Office (Cour des Comptes), and finally Director of Control and Training, while teaching the management control at Algiers University. In 1973, he graduated in economics and finance from the National School of Administration of Algeria (ENA). In 1977, he obtained an MBA in management control and economic development at the University of Paris IX Dauphine. Former member of International Organizations of Supreme Audit (INTOSAI), he participated in several seminars around the world. In the United States with his family since 1995, he has worked as a French teacher at the Language Studies Institute, the International School of Palo Alto of the Peninsula (ISTP), and for Palo Alto French Education (PAFEA). Before moving to Alpharetta in June 2019, he was a professor and Menlo Park Center Manager of the Alliance Française of Silicon Valley. His favorite citation is from Albert Camus: « Ma patrie, c’est la langue française. »