Benoît Gomis

Benoît Gomis

Benoît Gomis is an Associate Editor of European Geostrategy. He is the author of 'Counterterrorism: Reassessing the Policy Response', which he wrote as a Visiting Scholar at the Canadian Network for Research on Terrorism, Security and Society (TSAS). He is also an Associate Fellow at Chatham House, an Associate Faculty at Royal Roads University, and a researcher at Simon Fraser University. He previously worked at Chatham House, dealing with British-French strategic cooperation among other international security topics. He writes here in a personal capacity.

European Council on Security and Defence: time for small steps

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In this article, Benoît Gomis looks at prospects for European military forces after the European Council on Security and Defence in December and asks whether clusters of regional cooperation should be actively fostered – with emphasis on the British-French alliance.

Interview with Benoît Gomis

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In this interview, James Rogers discusses the British-French strategic cooperation with Benoit Gomis, the Coordinator of the Franco-British Defence Co-operation Research Programme at Chatham House in London.