Jean-Christophe Brisard (1971.) is a French journalist and a reporter.
Brisard graduated history and geopolitics, specializing in conflict zones and dictatorships. For decades, he has worked as a reporter for well-known print media (National Geographic, Geo, VSD, Le Figaro Magazine) and in 2008 he made his first documentary film. In 2008, he launched a study on the impact of Colombian drug smugglers in the West African countries For Canal + with Stéphane Bentura, he collaborated with Alexandre Spalaikovitch on the matters od North Korea and in 2015 explored in what way is France associated with the most dangerous dictatorial regimes in the world.
He is the author of two books, Enfants de dictateurs (Children of dictators, 2014), written in collaboration with Claude Quétel and La mort d'Hitler (Hitler's death, 2018), which was created in collaboration with Lana Parshina.
In 2011, he was awarded by the Audiovisual Club of Paris (Club AudioVisuel de Paris) for his documentaray on North Korea.
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