Roger Faligot is a French journalist, who started working in Ireland in 1973 before working as freelance investigative journalist for British, Parisian or foreign newspapers and magazines (Ireland, England, Japan). Considered as one of the best French specialist of Ireland, he was special correspondent of the weekly The European, based in London, for seven years in the 1990s. Roger Faligot presided the Association des journalistes bretons et des pays celtiques from 1993 to 2000.
Starting in 1977, he wrote, alone or with co-authors, more than 30 books concerning contemporary history, spycraft, etc. He speaks many languages, among which Chinese. He noted in Guerre spéciale en Europe (1980) that Frank Kitson's 1971 book, Low Intensity Operations: Subversion, Insurgency and Peacekeeping, considered as the "Bible" used by the British Army during the Troubles in Ireland quoted most of all Roger Trinquier, French theorist of counter-insurgency.
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