Camille Brugier is a consultant and an Associate Researcher on contemporary China at the Institute for Strategic Research (IRSEM) in Paris and the Network for Strategic Analysis in Montreal. She holds a PhD from the European University Institute (Florence) and has since worked for the ministry of Higher Education, Research and Innovation and the French Ministry of Armed Forces’ research center, IRSEM. She grew up in China and is fluent in Mandarin Chinese.
She specializes in Chinese trade, technology and scientific policy and their impact on China’s relations with the West. She has published in the Asia-Europe Journal and for French policy outlets such at Le Grand Continent. She teaches classes on contemporary China at Sciences Po Paris and the Grenoble Institute of Political Studies.
- China’s trade, technology and scientific policies
Brugier, Camille with Haroche, Pierre, « 2027 : the Year of European Strategic Autonomy”, Groupe d’Etudes Géopolitiques, Working paper, April 2023.
Brugier, Camille, “How Does the Party Present its (Rather Bad) Economic Results and What it Intends to do About it”, IRSEM Strategic Brief n°48, October 2022.
Brugier, Camille, “Institutionalization, Compartmentalization and “Privatization” of Conflicts: The Driving Forces Behind EU-China Relations, the World’s Largest Trading Relationship”, Article of the Monthe, GIS Asie, June 2022.
Brugier, Camille, « Wolf-Warrior” Diplomacy: A New Policy to Legitimize the Chinese Communist Party”, IRSEM Research Paper n°114, April 2021.
Brugier, Camille, “The EU’s Trade Strategy Towards China: Lessons for an Effective Turn”, Asia Europe Journal, Vol. 15(2), pp. 199-212, 2017.