Camille Escudé graduated is a PhD candidate in International Relations at Sciences Po (CERI). Her PhD dissertation is dealing with regional governance and international cooperation in the Arctic, focusing on the role of the Arctic Council.

She graduated in Political Science from Sciences Po and holds a MA in Geography from the Sorbonne University. Arctic politics has always been of special interest to her and she is involved in various Arctic-specific projects in France.

She also worked as a research assistant in Arctic politics in two think tanks.
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Thesis

Coopération politique et intégration régionale en Arctique (1996-2019) : construction d’une région - Naissance, développement et remise en cause d’un nouvel espace politique régional, sous la direction de Guillaume Devin

Research Interests

Arctic, regional governance, international relations