Pierre Jolicoeur is Full Professor at the Department of Political Science at Royal Military College of Canada. Specialist of the former Soviet Union and South Eastern Europe, his research focuses on secessionist movements, foreign policy, federalism and cybersecurity. At RMCC, he teaches international relations and comparative politics. Through NATO programs, he also taught in Moldova and in the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia. Author or co-author of 2 books, 10 articles in Peer review journals, 23 chapters in university press, his publications, both in French and English, appeared in Études internationales, Journal of Borderland Studies, Canadian Journal of Foreign Policy, and Connections. He also contributed to the public debate, notably by publishing 29 articles in the Point de mire series, which he edited between 2000 and 2006, 20 op-eds (Le Devoir, La Presse, Whig Standard) or numerous interviews. He is the RMCC representative to the Canadian Federation for the Humanities and Social Sciences since 2011.
- Former Soviet Union & South Eastern Europe
- Foreign Policy (Russia)
- Ethnic conflicts
- Pierre Jolicoeur, “ Defense education enhancement program in Ukraine: The limits of NATO’s education program,” Connections 17:3 (2018): 109-120.
- Frédéric Labarre & Pierre Jolicoeur, “Shaping and measuring military culture development: a case study of the defence education enhancement program,” Canadian Foreign Policy Journal 22:2 (2016): 135-146.
- Pierre Jolicoeur & Frederic Labarre, “ The Breakup of Georgia: Fragmentation or Settlement Fringe?,” Journal of Borderlands Studies 30:1 (2015): 19-36.
- Pierre Jolicoeur & Aurélie Campana, « Introduction:«Conflits gelés» de l’ex-URSS: débats théoriques et politiques,» Études internationales 40:4 (2009): 501-521.
- Yann Breault, Pierre Jolicoeur & Jacques Lévesque, La Russie et son ex-empire (Les Presses de Sciences Po, 2003).
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