Amélie Chalivet is a doctoral student in cotutelle at the University of Quebec in Montreal and in the University of Paris 2 Panthéon-Assas. 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.
- Chalivet, Amélie. (2022). “The Threat of Hypersonic Missiles Proliferation in Asia-Pacific”, Forum St-Laurent sur la Sécurité Internationale, June 08.
- Chalivet, Amélie. (2022). “India’s Place in the Quad in Light of AUKUS”, Network for Strategic Analysis (RAS), April 29.
- Chalivet, Amélie. (2021). A frozen conflict in the Himalayas? “The 1962 Sino-Indian war in the North East Frontier Agency”, Vision Internationale, November 29.