Event Date: April 4, 2011 - 11:00 am Location: Social Sciences Building, 120 Universi
A talk by Pierre Razoux, NATO Defense College.
Presented by CIPS and the Graduate School of Public and International Affairs .
Free. Registration not required. In French.
Pierre Razoux directs the “North Africa and Middle East” research program at NATO Defense College in Rome, and was in charge of missions for Srategic Affairs Delegation of the French Ministry of Defense. He also served three years in London within the British Ministry of Defence as part of an exchange between France and the United Kingdom. He has gained real experience in the field of international relations and defense issues and has completed numerous missions abroad, notably in North Africa, the Middle East and the Caucasus. Recognized expert in the Middle East, he has published 7 books and over 90 reference articles (last published titles: Histoire de la Géorgie – La clé du Caucase, Perrin, 2009 and Tsahal, nouvelle histoire de l’armée israélienne, Perrin, Collection “Tempus”, 2008), which gives him the opportunity to be regularly interviewed by the media (newspapers, radios, televisions). He is currently writing a book on the Iran-Iraq war and is preparing to support his accreditation to supervise research for the University of Paris IV Sorbonne. He is a researcher associated with many international think tanks and regularly gives lectures, mainly in Europe, North Africa and the Middle East.