CSDS Speaker Series 2010-11

The Political Crisis in the Middle East and North Africa: the Implications for NATO and its Partnerships


Pierre Razoux

NATO Defense College  

Dr. Pierre Razoux is Senior Research Adviser on Northern African, Middle Eastern & Gulf Affairs at NATO Defense College in Rome. He served previously in the Delegation for Strategic Affairs of the French Ministry of Defence and as an exchange officer in the Policy Division of the British Ministry of Defence. Dr. Razoux is a well-known analyst and commentator on Northern African, Middle East, Caucasian, NATO and European affairs. He is author of more than 90 academic articles and 7 books, including History of Georgia - The Key of the Caucasus (Paris, Perrin, 2009), Tsahal - New History of the Israeli Armed Forces (Paris, Perrin, 2008), and is currently completing a book on The Iran-Iraq War. His commentary has appeared in the New York Times, Le Figaro, Jane's Defence Weekly, among others.


To view copies of some of Dr. Razoux's recent commentaries and research reports, please visit the csds website.

Tuesday, 5 April 2011
2:30 pm - 4:00 pm
Alumni Boardroom, Robertson Hall 617
Carleton University
Metered Public parking is available in Parking Garage P9, adjacent to Robertson Hall

Light refreshments will be provided.
Space is limited and registration is required.
Registration is requested by Thursday, 31 March to
or calling 613.520.2600 ext 6671


The CSDS Speaker Series events are free and open to the public.
For more information visit carleton.ca/csds
or call 613.520.2600 ext 6671