AP People – Pierre Lellouche

STUDIES

  • university of Paris X, licensee in law (1972) and graduated in Masters in Public Law Advanced studies (1973)
  • Graduated from the “institut d’Etudes Politiques de Paris”
  • Masters (LLM) 1974 and Doctorate (SJD) 1979, from Harvard Law School

CARREER1973-1975 Research fellow at the Harvard Program for Science and International Affairs
1976-1977 Military service
1977-1979 Research fellow at the Studies Group and the Research on the international Problems (GERPI), Maison des sciences de l’homme of Paris where I worked with Raymond Aron
1979-1988 Research fellow and Deputy Director at the “Institut Français des Relations Internationales” (IFRI)
During the same period:
-columnist for the French weekly “Le Point”, the international edition Newsweek, the International Herald Tribune and the Sekkai Nippo (Tokyo)
-Lecturer “Institut des Sciences Politiques”, the ENR, the INSEAD, the IHEDN and different war schools
1989-1995 Personal adviser to Mr Jacques CHIRAC
1993 Elected as member of the National Assembly (8th constituency, Val d’Oise)
1997 Elected as member of the National Assemblee (8th constituency, Paris)

POLITICAL ACTIVITIES

  • RPR, National Secretary in charge of studies
  • President of Standing Commission of Foreign Affairs of International Democratic Union (IDU)
  • Vice-President Commission of Defence

UNIVERSITY AND PRESS ACTIVITIES

  • Columnist “Le Figaro”, member of the international council of the Figaro
  • Member of the Council of the London based International Institute for strategic Studies (IISS)
  • Member of the Board of Directors of the “Fondation du Futur”
  • Member of the Editorial Board of the European Journal of Internatonal Affairs (Rome) and Journal of Arms Control and Security Studies
  • Member of the Trilateral Commission

PUBLICATIONSSeveral articles and books on Defense and Foreign Affairs published in France and abroad

BOOKS

  • “Le millénaire de l’Apocalypse” in collaboration with Florence Trystam, ed, Flammarion 1982
  • “Pacifisme et Dissuasion”-ed. IFRI-Economica-1983
  • “La guerre des satellites: enjeux pour la Communauté Internationale”ed IFRI 1987
  • “Le Nouveau Monde: de l’ordre de Yalta au désordre des Nations” ed IFRI 1987
  • “Légitime Défense: vers une Europe en sécurité au XXIème siècle”, ed Patrick Banon 1996
  • “La République immobile” ed Grasset-1998
  • “La France et les bombes : les défis de la prolifération des armes de destruction massive” ed Assemblée Nationale 2000

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