Dr Alice Pannier is Assistant Professor of International Relations and European Studies at Johns Hopkins University’s School of Advanced International Studies. Her research and teaching interests cover security and defense cooperation in Europe, French and British defense policies, transatlantic relations, as well as International Relations theories. A graduate from King’s College London and Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne, Alice received her PhD in International Relations from Sciences Po Paris, with joint supervision from King’s College London. She was awarded a prize for her thesis from the National Institute for Higher Defense Studies (IHEDN, under the French Prime Ministry). Her work has appeared, inter alia, in the Journal of Strategic Studies, Global Affairs, and European Security.
She is currently preparing a book, co-authored with Olivier Schmitt (University of Southern Denmark) on French defense policy since the end of the Cold War (under contract with Routledge) and is preparing a manuscript based on her dissertation on contemporary Franco-British defense relations. Prior to joining SAIS, she was postdoctoral fellow at the Institute for Strategic Research of the French ministry of Defense (IRSEM, Paris). In France, she has also been involved as secretary-general in the Association for the Study of War and Strategy (AEGES, created in 2015), which recently launched the European Initiative on Security Studies.