Drawing from his recent article in the Texas National Security Review, Iskander Rehman will discuss the grand strategy of Cardinal Richelieu during the Thirty Years’ War.
Dr. Iskander Rehman is the Senior Fellow for International Relations at the Pell Center for International Relations and Public Policy at Salve Regina University. Prior to joining the Pell Center, Dr. Rehman was a Postdoctoral Fellow in the International Order and Strategy Program (IOS) at the Brookings Institution. He has also served as a Fellow at the Center for Strategic and Budgetary Assessments, a Stanton Nuclear Fellow at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, and as a Fellow at the German Marshall Fund, all in Washington, D.C. Dr. Rehman has also lived and worked in India, holding visiting fellowships at the Observer Research Foundation and the Institute for Defense Studies and Analyses, both in New Delhi.
He has published a number of think tank monographs, book chapters, and peer-reviewed articles in journals such as the Naval War College Review, and Asian Security. Dr. Rehman’s research has explored a broad range of Asian security issues, from the evolving security relationship between China and India, to Australian defense strategy, and naval nuclear dynamics in the Indo-Pacific. Dr. Rehman holds a BA, Masters of Science, Masters of Research (MRes) and Ph.D. in Political Science (with distinction and a specialization in Asia Studies) from the Institute of Political Studies (Sciences Po) in Paris, France.
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