Author profile: Victor Gigleux

Dr Victor Gigleux is an early-career foreign policy analyst and teaching assistant at The University of Edinburgh with expertise in small states’ foreign policies, the EU’s international roles and diplomatic practices as well as in peacekeeping. He is also the founder and co-convener of the Foreign Policy Analysis Research Network (@RoleResearch). After completing his PhD in May 2018, Victor is now investigating the EU’s use of foreign policy instruments, including sanctions and engagement, to promote human rights and democratic governance in non-member countries. Victor Gigleux is on Twitter @VictorGigleux

The Day after Tomorrow: The EU and the Iran Nuclear Deal

The Day after Tomorrow: The EU and the Iran Nuclear Deal

The EU should lead a multi-dimensional diplomacy to rebuild trust and secure the participation of the original signatories on the basis of a more comprehensive agreement.

Non-Traditional Security Issues: Should HIV/AIDS be Securitized?

Non-Traditional Security Issues: Should HIV/AIDS be Securitized?

Realism leaves little place in order to study broader fields such as health security that states may face, and therefore does not take into account HIV/AIDS as a threat to human, national or international security. However, scholars have recently emphasised the growing negative effects of HIV/AIDS on core pillars of states, receiving ever more attention by policy-makers as a potential threat to national security.

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