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Alice PANNIER

Research Fellow, Head of Ifri's Geopolitics of Technology Program 


Research Interests:

  • Geopolitical dimension of technology, especially digital technology
  • European technology policies
  • EU, NATO and transatlantic relations
  • Foreign and defense policies in Europe (in particular France and United Kingdom)

 

Alice Pannier heads the Geopolitics of Technology program, launched at Ifri in October 2020, after having been associate researcher since 2019. Her research focuses on the geopolitical dimension of new technology, European technology policies, and transatlantic relations. She has also worked for a long time on European security and the foreign and defense policies of European countries, especially France and the United Kingdom.

Prior to joining Ifri, she was Assistant Professor in International Relations and European Studies at the Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) at Johns Hopkins University in Washington (2017-2020). Previously, she was a postdoctoral researcher at the Institute of strategic research (IRSEM) at the French ministry of armed forces. She is a graduate of King’s College London and Panthéon-Sorbonne University and holds a doctorate in political science from IEP Paris, co-supervised with King’s College. Alice Pannier is the author of Rivals in Arms: The Rise of UK-France Defense Relations in the 21st Century (McGill-Queen's University Press, October 2020) and co-author, with Olivier Schmitt, of French Defense Policy since the End of the Cold War (Routledge, February 2021).

 

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23/02/2021
By: Corentin BRUSTLEIN, (ed.) , Félix ARTEAGA, Rob DE WIJK, Yvonni EFSTATHIOU, Claudia MAJOR, Alessandro MARRONE, Christian MÖLLING, Alice PANNIER, Magnus PETERSSON, Charly SALONIUS-PASTERNAK, Marcin TERLIKOWSKI, Peter WATKINS

To what extent has the COVID-19 pandemic affected defense priorities across Europe?

30/10/2020

The untold story of the thriving yet complicated defense relationship of two countries caught between strategic decline and global ambitions. As the UK leaves the European Union and as the multilateral international order is increasingly under stress, bilateral security links are more...

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