An Independent and self-reliant graduate from the Non-Proliferation & International Security Master program at King’s College London with military background in intelligence operations and excellent spoken/written proficiency in English and French. Just finished an internship in Human Rights at UN Watch and currently enrolled as an Independent Researcher at the Institute of International Relations of Prague.
Fields of interest: International Security, Non-Proliferation, Counter-Proliferation, Counter-Terrorism, Geopolitics, CBRNE, CBRN Terrorism, French Politics, American Foreign Policy, The Cuban Missile Crisis, Central/Latin American Security, and American Imperialism
*Currently seeking a permanent position at an international relations/geopolitical research institute or a political risk/intelligence consulting firm.
Institute of International Relations, Prague
August 2015 - /
➢ Helped in the administration and protocol of the conference
➢ Participated to the 5th Prague Agenda Conference on Non-Proliferation and Disarmament
➢ Conducted a co-interview of Mark Fitzpatrick (Director of the Non-Proliferation and Disarmament Programme at the International Institute for Strategic Studies) on a wide-array of topics, including: the Iranian nuclear deal, the possibility of a nuclear weapons free zone in the Middle East, the 2015 NPT review conference, and the possibilities to reach a world free from nuclear weapons
➢ Presented and accepted Research Proposal on the following topic: The evolving relationship of Brazil with nuclear powers – The case of Russia
➢ Current writing of a spotlight article for the Centre for European Security of the Institute of International Relations