Pierre Morcos is a visiting fellow in the Europe, Russia, and Eurasia Program at the Center for Strategic and International Studies in Washington, DC. His research focuses on European security, transatlantic relations and French defence policy. A career diplomat with the French Foreign Service, he most recently served as deputy head of the Strategic Affairs and Cybersecurity Division, focusing on NATO and European defense issues. A graduate of Sciences Po Paris and the École Nationale d’Administration, Pierre Morcos also studied for a year in the United States at George Washington University in Washington, DC.
- Defence Policies
- European Security
- Transatlantic Relations
- Pierre Morcos & Colin Wall, “Invisible and Vital: Undersea Cables and Transatlantic Security”, Center for Strategic and International Studies, 11 June 2021.
- Rachel Ellehuus & Pierre Morcos, “NATO Should Finally Take its Values Seriously”, War on the Rocks, 9 June 2021.
- Pierre Morcos & Olivier Rémy-Bel, “President Biden in Europe: Avoiding the Déjà Vu?”, The National Interest, 7 June 2021.
- Pierre Morcos, “How Franco-Australian Cooperation Can Help Stabilize the Indo-Pacific”, War on the Rocks, 5 April 2021.
- Pierre Morcos, “Toward a New “Lost Decade”? Covid-19 and Defense Spending in Europe”, Center for Strategic and International Studies, 15 October 2020.