Nicolas-François Perron is a doctoral student at the Université du Québec à Montréal (UQAM). He is interested in decision-making in the context of foreign and security policies. His research focuses on issues related to norms, beliefs, and practices in international security. His thesis project examines the constraints on the emergence of strategic counter-cultures through an analysis of cases in Canada, Italy, and Germany. He holds a master’s degree in international relations from Université Laval and an additional dual-degree master’s in international law and transatlantic relations from the University of Bordeaux. His professional experiences have led him to work on nuclear weapons issues in the United States and on transatlantic affairs during an internship at the European Union within the European Parliament.
- Decision-making in foreign and security policy
- Strategic culture
- Canada, Germany, Italy