Didier Chaudet – Non Resident Scholar

Visiting Research Fellow

Visiting Research Fellow

Mr. Didier Chaudet, Editing Director of CAPE (Center for the Analysis of Foreign Affairs). He was incharge of the IPSE program for Iran and South Asia from June 2013 to June 2015. He was a Visiting Research Fellow at IPRI during the academic year 2013-2014. Presently he is a non resident scholar associated with IPRI. Previously, Mr. Chaudet had been a Research Fellow at the Institute for South Asian Studies (ISAS) at the National University of Singapore (2012-2013), in charge of Pakistani affairs and Afghan diplomatic and security-related issues; a Lecturer at the Institute for Political Studies in Paris (2007-2011), teaching about Pakistan, Afghanistan, and Central Asia; a Research Fellow at the French Institute for International Relations (IFRI), one of the most important think tanks in Paris (2008); a Research Fellow at the French Institute for the Study of Central Asia (IFEAC); and a Fox Fellow at Yale University (2006-2007). Currently, he is working specifically on Pakistani political and diplomatic affairs. He has two books to his credit (in French, English, and Romanian languages), and is completing the third one (on Iranian foreign policy towards Central and South Asia, in French language). He has also published four book chapters, as well as 20 academic articles. So far Mr. Chaudet has given 60 talks at international and European conferences, mostly in English. He is a regular contributor to the Huffington Post (French and Canadian versions) and The News, and is regularly interviewed by the French-speaking media on Pakistani, Afghan, Iranian and Central Asian affairs.

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