Clément Therme

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Therme Clément

Trained as a historian of international relations, Dr Clément Therme is a post-doctoral Research Fellow with the Nuclear Knowledges program at Sciences Po (CERI) and a Research Associate at the School for Advanced Studies in Social Sciences (EHESS) in Paris. His research within the ANR funded VULPAN project and teaching at Sciences Po (PSIA) focus on the history and politics of (non)-proliferation with Iran as a case study. Previously, he was a Research Fellow for Iran at the International Institute for Strategic Studies (IISS) and Lecturer at the National Institute for Oriental Languages and Civilizations (Institut national des langues et civilisations orientales, INALCO) in Paris. His articles have appeared in Iranian Studies, The Middle East Journal, Survival, Politique étrangère, Maghreb-Machrek and Politique américaine, and he is the author of Les relations entre Téhéran et Moscou depuis 1979 (PUF, 2012, based on his award-winning dissertation) and the co-editor of a book entitled Iran and the Challenges of the Twenty- First Century (Mazda Publishers, 2013). Most recently, he edited Iran and its rivals (Passés composés, 2020) [in French]

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