Miguel Salazar is a PhD candidate in political science and international relations at the Centre d’études internationales (CERI) of the Paris Institute of Political Studies, Sciences Po. His thesis, entitled “Governing in common: the scientific-environmental regime of the Antarctic Treaty System in the light of Chilean Antarctic policy (1991-2021)”, is supervised by Hélène Combes. He is also a research associate at the Millennium Institute – Biodiversity of Antarctic and Subantarctic Ecosystems (BASE) in Chile, where he collaborates with a wide range of natural and social science professionals involved in the study of biodiversity in these regions.
In addition to his doctoral studies, Miguel has gained professional experience in the field of international relations, as a member of the Chilean delegation to Antarctic Treaty consultative meetings and other diplomatic dialogues on these issues. He has also contributed to various publications and dissemination activities on topics such as the historical role of non-state action and science in Antarctic politics, the diplomatic approach of China to the polar regions, and the understanding of collective action in common resource management systems. His latest work is devoted to the study and sociological analysis of non-human entities in international biodiversity conservation policy and the rise of the rights of nature.
- International relations
- Governance of the Polar Regions
- Political ecology and resource management systems
Miguel Salazar. Magallanes: Imaginario histórico y percepciones políticas de una protoglobalización. Dans El Estrecho de Magallanes. Images et perceptions de cinq siècles. LW Editorial (2021)
Miguel Salazar. La Chine et les régions polaires : comment Pékin trace sa route en Antarctique via l’Argentine et le Chili, Asialyst (2020)
Miguel Salazar. Actores no estatales en la Antártica. Un análisis desde la Ciencia, el Medioambiente y el Turismo, Sophia Austral, 22:2 (2018)
Miguel Salazar. « Activités françaises dans l’Antarctique et leurs influences dans le Chili : Dumont d’Urville et Jean Baptiste Charcot, 1837-1910 ». Estudios hemisféricos y polares. 5:2 (2014)