Robert Colquhoun, Raymond Aron / Vol. 2. The Sociologist in Society, 1955-1983. London: Sage 1986.
From the publisher:
Volume Two of Robert Colquhoun’s biography of Raymond Aron takes us through his years as Professor of Sociology at the Sorbonne — including his opposition to the Algerian War and the events of May 1968 — in which he developed his theories of industrial society, war and international relations. The biography closes with the decade he spent as professor at the College de France — the period in which Aron wrote his classic book on Clausewitz and his magisterial Memoirs.