Sarah-Myriam Martin-Brûlé is a non-resident fellow at IPI. A Ph.D. from the Department of Political Science at McGill University, Sarah-Myriam Martin-Brûlé is Associate Professor in the...
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Sarah-Myriam Martin-Brûlé is a non-resident fellow at IPI.
A Ph.D. from the Department of Political Science at McGill University, Sarah-Myriam Martin-Brûlé is Associate Professor in the Department of Politics and International Studies at Bishop’s University. She is holding the 2018-2019 Fulbright Canada Research Chair in Peace and War Studies at Norwich University. Deputy Director of the Réseau de recherche sur les opérations de la paix (ROP), she is also associate faculty member of the Center for International Peace and Security Studies (CIPSS) and of the Montreal Center for International Studies (CERIUM) Her book, Evaluating Peacekeeping Missions: A Typology of Success and Failure in International Interventions (Routledge 2017), strives to understand the conditions under which peace operations succeeded or failed. She studied the cases of Somalia, Liberia and Sierra Leone. Her current research focuses on intelligence in United Nations peace operations. Co-author of the first United Nations Field Handbook on Joint Mission Analysis Centres (United Nations, 2018), she recently conducted fieldwork at the MINUSCA (Central African Republic), MINUSMA (Mali), MONUSCO (Democratic Republic of Congo), UNOCI (Côte d’Ivoire) and UNMISS (South Sudan).
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