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educator , strategic expert

Guillaume Parmentier, French strategic expert, educator. Member International Institute for Strategic Studies, French Institute International Relations, Royal Institute for International Affairs (associate).

Background

Parmentier, Guillaume was born on September 26, 1953 in Paris. Son of Michel and Simone Marie (Dumas de Saignemonteil) Parmentier.

Education

Diploma, Institute Political Science, Paris, 1974. Master of Letters, Cambridge (England) University, 1977. Doctoral degree, Sorbonne.

Doctoral degree, Institute Political Science, Paris, 1980.

Career

Assistant professor Institute Political Studies Secretary to French Association of Political Science, Paris, 1977-1980, associate professor, 1980-1990. Director civilian affairs committee North Atlantic Assembly, Brussels, 1983-1990. Deputy director, head of external relations North Atlantic Treaty Organization headquarters, 1990-1994.

Advisor French Minister of Defense, Paris, 1995-1997. Director studies and research Foundation for Defense Studies, since 1997. Professor University Paris II, since 1995.

Board directors Center for Analysis of European Security. Founder Center United States and France, Brookings Institute, Washington, 1999. Head French Center on United States, IFRI, since 1999.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: Le Retour de l'Histoire. Strategie et Relations internationales pendant et apres la guerre froide, 1993. Contributor numerous articles and reports to professional publications.

Membership

Member International Institute for Strategic Studies, French Institute International Relations, Royal Institute for International Affairs (associate).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocation: fencing.

Connections

Married Lucie Anne Carswell, June 23, 1990. Children: Quentin, Daphné.

father:
Michel Dumas

mother:
Simone Marie (Dumas

spouse:
Lucie Anne Carswell

children:
Daphné Parmentier

Quentin Parmentier