Research Fellow, Head of Ifri's Geopolitics of Technologies Program
Defense and security policies in Europe
Critical technologies and infrastructures
EU, NATO, and transatlantic relations
Alice Pannier joined Ifri in October 2020 to launch the Geopolitics of Technologies program, after being an Associate Research Fellow since 2019. From 2017 to 2020, she was Assistant Professor of International Relations and European Studies at the Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) at Johns Hopkins University in Washington, D.C. Previously, she was a postdoctoral researcher at the Institute of strategic research (IRSEM) at the French ministry of armed forces.
Alice Pannier is a graduate of King's College London and Panthéon-Sorbonne University and holds a doctorate in political science from Sciences Po Paris, co-supervised with King's College. She is the author of Rivals in Arms: The Rise of UK-France Defence Relations in the 21st Century (McGill-Queen’s University Press, October 2020) and co-author, with Olivier Schmitt, of French Defence Policy since the End of the Cold War (Routledge, February 2021).
This book describes the evolution of French defense policy since the end of the Cold War. The authors identify the incentives, representations and objectives of French defense policy.
Rivals in Arms: The Rise of UK-France Defence Relations in the Twenty-First Century Montreal: McGill-Queen's University Press, October 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...
Complémentarité ou concurrence ? La coopération franco-britannique et l’horizon européen de la défense française Focus stratégique, No. 96, April 2020
What does future hold for the Franco-British defense partnership after Brexit?
“Minilateralism”: A New Form of Defense Cooperation Politique étrangère, Vol. 80, No. 1, Spring 2015
Multilateralism has played a significant role in international cooperation.
Audrey Tang, Digital Minister of Taiwan, discussed the impact of technological changes such as 5G, contact tracing and Internet governance in an online debate.