Alice Pannier is Assistant Professor in the School of Advanced International Studies at John Hopkins University. She is a an Associate Research Fellow at the Security Studies Center of the French Institute of International Relations, IFRI. Alice Pannier is an expert on European security. Her research interests cover security and defense cooperation in Europe, transatlantic relations, and contemporary military interventions, with a particular focus on the defense policies of France, the UK and Germany. Her work has appeared, inter alia, in International Affairs, the Journal of Strategic Studies, European Security, and Global Affairs. She is the author of Rivals in Arms: The Rise of UK-France Defence Relations in the Twenty-First Century (McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2020) and is currently preparing a book, co-authored with Olivier Schmitt, on French defense policy since the end of the Cold War (Routledge).
- European Security
- Transatlantic Relations
- Foreign Policy of Germany, France and the United Kingdom
- Alice Pannier, Rivals in Arms: The Rise of UK-France Defence Relations in the Twenty-First Century (McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2020).
Lucie Béraud-Sudreau & Alice Pannier, “An ‘improbable Paris-Berlin-commission triangle’: usages of Europe and the revival of EU defense cooperation after 2016,” Journal of European Integration (2020): 1-16.
- Alice Pannier & Olivier Schmitt, “To Fight Another Day: France between the Fight against Terrorism and Future Warfare,” International Affairs 95:4 (2019): 897-916.
- Alice Pannier, “From One Exceptionalism to Another: France’s Strategic Relations with the United States and the United Kingdom in the Post-Cold War Era,” Journal of Strategic Studies 40:4 (2017): 475-504.
- Alice Pannier & Olivier Schmitt, “Institutionalised Cooperation and Policy Convergence in European Defence: Lessons from the Relations between France, Germany and the UK,” European Security 23:3 (2014): 270-289.