Dr Bruno Tertrais is Deputy Director at the Fondation pour la recherche stratégique.
He was the Special Assistant to the Director of Strategic Affairs at the French Ministry of Defense between 1993-2001, a Visiting Fellow at RAND Corporation in 1995-96, and Director of the Civilian Affairs Committee at the NATO Parliamentary Assembly between 1990-1992.
He is also a member of the editorial board of The Washington Quarterly, Strategic and Military Affairs, and a contributing editor for Survival.
He has published widely on International Relations and Geopolitics, Conflicts, US Strategy, Transatlantic Relations, Security in the Middle East, Security in Asia, Nuclear Proliferation, Nuclear Deterrence, Military Strategy.
French foreign policy under President Macron
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After Brexit and Trump, the French election surprise(s)
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