Émile Lambert-Deslandes is a doctoral student in the Department of Political Studies at Queen’s University, specializing in International Relations. He is Project Coordinator at the Centre for International and Defence Policy and an Emerging Scholar within the Network for Strategic Analysis. Originally from Quebec, he completed his Bachelor’s degree at McGill University and his master’s degree at Queen’s University. He previously worked in public affairs for a group of young chambers of commerce and in consulting for a Franco-Ontarian firm. He is interested in international security, great power dynamics, deterrence and nuclear security. His master’s dissertation, Nuclear Arms of Influence: The Uneven Benefits of Nuclear Weapons, won the G.G. Baron Van der Feltz Prize for the best dissertation in international relations at Queen’s University.
- International Relations
- International Security
- Deterrence and Nuclear Security