Rouppert Bérangère

Since 2010, Bérangère Rouppert has been a researcher at GRIP. She focuses on strategic and defence issues: mainly on the non-proliferation of weapons of mass destruction (nuclear, biological and chemical), global disarmament (START, Non-proliferation treaties, Comprehensive Test ban treaty…) and defence strategies and doctrines (NATO, anti-missile shield…).

She tackles security issues in West Africa and Sahel, political instability, proliferation of weapons and armed groups among others – with a focus on Islamist groups such as AQIM.

Bérangère Rouppert studied in a preparatory class for the Grandes Ecoles, before completing a Master of research in International Relations (Institute of Political Studies of Paris).She is a “Youth” auditor at “Institut des Hautes Études de la Défense Nationale” (Institute of Advanced Studies in National Defence IHEDN).  She is also a PhD candidate in political sciences at the University of Clermont-Ferrand I (France).