Alexandra joined IPI as a Senior Visiting Fellow in July 2017. She works on UN peacekeeping and Security Council related issues with IPI’s Brian Urquhart Center for Peace Operations. Dr....
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Alexandra joined IPI as a Senior Visiting Fellow in July 2017. She works on UN peacekeeping and Security Council related issues with IPI’s Brian Urquhart Center for Peace Operations. Dr. Alexandra Novosseloff holds a PhD in political science from the University of Paris-Panthéon-Assas (Paris 2). Alexandra is also a non-resident fellow at the New York University Center on International Cooperation, research associate at the Centre Thucydide in Paris, and a senior expert at the Peace and Security Section of the Global Governance Institute in Brussels. She is a member of the Francophone Research Network on Peace Operations of the University of Montreal (Canada). She is also a photographer interest in post-conflict areas.
Alexandra Novosseloff/Thierry Tardy, “UN Peacekeeping Doctrine in Perspective: The Case of France,” in Cedric de Coning/Chiyuki Aoi/John Karlsrud (eds.), UN Peacekeeping Doctrine in a New Era: Adapting to Stabilisation, Protection and New Threats, 2017, Routledge, 344 pages.
Jean-Marc de la Sablière/Alexandra Novosseloff, “70e anniversaire des Nations Unies: les défis du Conseil de sécurité dans les domaines de la paix et de la sécurité,” Annuaire français de relations internationales, 2016, volume 17, pp.745-758.
Alexandra Novosseloff, Chapters on UNIFIL, Expanded UNIFIL and UNOCI, inJoachim A. Koops/Norrie MacQueen/Thierry Tardy/Paul D. Williams (eds.), Oxford Handbook on United Nations Peacekeeping Operations, 2015, Oxford University Press, 944 pages.
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