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Émile Lambert-Deslandes

Doctoral Candidate

he/him il/lui

Political Studies

Arts and Science

21eld6@queensu.ca

Mackintosh-Corry Hall C306

Supervisor: S. von Hlatky

Research Interests

International Security, Nuclear Weapons, Deterrence and Proliferation, Great Powers Dynamics, Canadian Defence and Foreign Policy, and NATO.

Brief Biography

Émile Lambert-Deslandes is a doctoral student in Political Studies at Queen’s University, specializing in International Relations. He is Project Coordinator at the Center for International and Defence Policy, Emerging Scholar within the Network for Strategic Analysis, and Research Assistant and Graduate Research Fellow within the Department of Political Studies. Originally from Quebec, he completed his bachelor’s degree at McGill University and his master’s degree at Queen’s University. He previously worked in public affairs for a group of young chambers of commerce and in consulting for a Franco-Ontarian firm.

Publications

International Security, Nuclear Weapons, Deterrence and Proliferation, Great Powers Dynamics, Canadian Defence and Lambert-Deslandes, E. “Balancing, Bandwagoning and Power Maximization: NATO Enlargement Through the Lens of Offensive Realism.” Journal of Military and Strategic Studies 22, no. 1 (October 2022): 175-206.


Lambert-Deslandes, E. "In Canadian International Policy, Real Change Means Hard Choices." In What’s Next? International Cooperation and the Management of Traditional and Emerging Threats, edited by Stéfanie von Hlatky & Justin Massie, 24-27. Network for Strategic Analysis, May 2022. 


Lafontaine, L.-B. & E. Lambert-Deslandes. "Canada's Role in the Modern Nuclear Landscape." Policy Report n. 14, Network for Strategic Analysis, December 2021. 


Lambert-Deslandes, E. "Trouble in Paradise? Germany's Incoming "Traffic Light" Coalition and its Potential Impacts on NATO's Security." Hot Takes, Network for Strategic Analysis, December 2021.

Awards

G.G. Baron Van der Feltz Award for best dissertation in international relations, 2022-2023

Desjardins Scholarship, 2022

Ontario Graduate Scholarship, 2022-2023

3rd Prize Winner, Annual Student Award of Excellence of the Journal of Military and Strategic Studies, 2022