Thierry Tardy is Director of the Research Division at the NATO Defense College (Rome). He was previously Senior Analyst at the European Union Institute for Security Studies (EUISS) and Senior Fellow at the Geneva Centre for Security Policy (GCSP). His fields of expertise include crisis management and peace operations (European Union, NATO, UN, African Union), NATO’s policy and adaptation, the EU’s Common Security and Defence Policy (CSDP), inter-institutional cooperation in crisis management, French security policy.
Thierry Tardy’s recent publications include:
- ‘Does European defence really matter? Fortunes and misfortunes of the Common Security and Defence Policy’, European Security, Vol.27, March 2018;
- ‘Permanent Structured Cooperation: What’s in a name?’, Chaillot Paper 142, EUISS, 2017 (with A. Missiroli & D. Fiott);
- The Oxford Handbook of United Nations Peacekeeping Operations (Oxford University Press, 2015, co-edited with J. Koops, N. McQueen & P. Williams);
- ‘Recasting EU Civilian Crisis Management’ (ed.), Report 32, EUISS, Paris, 2017.
Thierry Tardy holds a PhD in Political Science; he is a graduate of the National Session of the Institute of Higher National Defence Studies (IHEDN) in Paris (2009/2010) and a member of the editorial board of International Peacekeeping and Les Champs de Mars. He has taught at the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies (HEID, Geneva), the War College in Paris, the Sorbonne, the Paris School of International Affairs (Sciences Po) and the National Institute of Oriental Languages and Civilisations (INALCO, Paris). He teaches at the College of Europe in Bruges.