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Isabelle Caron

Isabelle Caron

GBA+ Officer
Isabelle Caron is Assistant Professor at the School of Public Administration in Dalhousie University. She is a former senior policy analyst with the Canadian Government. Her research interests include diversity and inclusion, management in public organizations, comparative public administrations,  administrative reforms, accountability mechanisms, control in public organizations. She has published in academic journals Administration publique du Canada, Journal of Agricultural Studies, Food Protection Trends. She is the author of many reviewed book chapters : « Entre ouverture et transparence: situer le cas canadien » in Savard, Jean-François & Jean-Patrick Villeneuve (eds.), L’État et le citoyen. Analyses et expériences au Canada…

Rémy Carugati

Emerging Scholar
Rémy Carugati is currently an MBA student in Strategy and Economic Intelligence at the Paris School of Economic Warfare. Passionate about strategic studies, he worked as a research assistant in the political science department under the direction of Professor Jonathan Paquin when he was a student in the Master of International Studies - International Security (2020-2022). Rémy also completed an internship at the RAS where he worked on the Taiwan issue under the supervision of Justin Massie, whom he also accompanied as a research assistant at the RAS after his internship.

Amélie Chalivet

Emerging Scholar
Amélie Chalivet (she/her) is a doctoral student in cotutelle at the University of Paris 2 Panthéon-Assas and at the University of Quebec in Montreal. She is starting her thesis on India's strategic culture under the supervision of professors Jean-Vincent Holeindre and Justin Massie. She holds a Master's degree in International Relations from Panthéon-Assas and Sorbonne Universities. Her academic interests include India's foreign policy, its ties with its neighbors in South Asia and its nuclear deterrence strategy.

Roromme Chantal

Scholar
Roromme Chantal, a specialist in international relations and Chinese issues, is a professor of political science at the École des hautes études publiques (HEP) of the Moncton University. His new book Comment la Chine conquiert le monde : le rôle du pouvoir symbolique was published by Les Presses de l'Université de Montréal (PUM) in November 2020. He is also the co-author, with Professor Mamoudou Gazibo of the Université de Montréal, of the book Un nouvel ordre mondial made in China? (PUM, 2011). His other publications include an article (with Professor Jean-François Thibeault) in the journal L'Observateur des Nations Unies (vol.…
Bruno Charbonneau

Bruno Charbonneau

Scholar
Bruno Charbonneau (PhD Queen’s University) is Full Professor of International Studies, and Director of the Centre for Security and Crisis Governance (CRITIC) at the Royal Military College Saint-Jean. He is also founder and Director of the Centre FrancoPaix in Conflict Resolution and Peace Missions of the Raoul-Dandurand Chair at the Université du Québec à Montréal. Since 2015, he has been an editorial board member of the academic journal International Peacekeeping. His work examines the power politics of and interactions between international interventions and armed conflicts. In particular, he analyses the regional and international dynamics of conflict management and resolution in the Francophone…

Laurent Charbonneau

Emerging Scholar
Laurent Charbonneau is a master's student in political science at the Université de Montréal. Specializing in security issues and defence cooperation in the European context, he has worked in the political section of the Canadian Mission to the European Union and will soon be joining NATO's Strategic Foresight Branch. His master's thesis analyzes the emergence of the concept of European strategic autonomy, under the supervision of Frédéric Mérand. His research is funded by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC), the Canadian Centre for German and European Studies (CCGES), and the Jean Monnet Center Montréal (JMCM). Laurent previously graduated…

Daphné Charotte

Emerging Scholar
Daphné Charotte is a PhD candidate at the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences at Maastricht University (Netherlands). Her research examines the conditions explaining military receptiveness to NGO advocacy on the protection of civilians (PoC) in conflict. Her research project focuses of four case studies: Belgium, France, the Netherlands and the United Kingdom, and is co-funded by the Gerda Henkel Foundation (Germany) and Maastricht University. Daphné obtained a Research Master in European Studies (cum laude) from Maastricht University in July 2022. Her research master thesis explored NATO burden-sharing, more specifically the relationship between NATO member states’ exposure to migration and…
Andrea Charron

Andrea Charron

Scholar
Andrea Charron is Associate Professor and Director of the Centre for Defence and Security Studies (CDSS) at the University of Manitoba. She is a member of the Department of National Defence's Advisory Board and is asked regularly to provide guest lectures at Canadian Forces College and to provide testimony to Senate and House of Commons' committees. Dr. Charron worked for various federal departments including the Privy Council Office in the Security and Intelligence Secretariat.  Her research projects focus extensively on the Arctic, NORAD, Canadian Defence Policy and the Security Council. She has published in academic journals such as International Journal,…
Stéphanie Chouinard

Stéphanie Chouinard

Scholar
Stéphanie Chouinard is associate professor in the Department of Political Science at Royal Military College (Kingston) since 2017. She does research in the fields of language rights, minority and Aboriginal rights, law and politics, Canadian Federalism, Minority and Language Rights and Politics (Canada; UK). Her current research focuses on the Supreme Court of Canada's impact on the evolution of official-language rights and Aboriginal self-determination rights. She was a postdoctoral fellow at the Faculty of Law, Université de Montréal, as well as a Visiting Scholar at the Centre for Canadian Studies, University of Edinburgh.She has published in Ethnopolitics, the Language Rights…

Pierre Colautti

Emerging Scholar
Pierre Colautti is a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Political Science at Laval University in Quebec City under the supervision of Jonathan Paquin. He studies International Relations, with a focus on alliance dynamics and states’ foreign and defence strategies. He is particularly interested in the strategic behaviour of formal hegemon allies in times of great power rivalry and the transformation of the international order. The FRQSC funds his research. He holds an M.A. in international studies from the Graduate School of International Studies at Laval University.