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Julien Lalanne de Saint-Quentin

Julien Lalanne de Saint-Quentin has been an officer in the French Navy for 27 years. He commanded a number of warships and served in the French and British Ministries of Defence in strategy and policy roles. He was also Naval Attaché to the French Embassy in London. Julien also teaches defence at Sciences Po, Paris, and Franco-British relations at King’s College, London. He was educated at the Ecole Navale, Brest, and the Ecole de Guerre, Paris, and holds an LLM in public international law from University College London.

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The Bab-el-Mandeb: Who is ‘swimming naked’?

Julien Lalanne de Saint-Quentin analyses recent tensions in the Strait of Bab-el-Mandeb and their implications

France and Britain: Opposing traditions of the law of the sea

Julien Lalanne de Saint-Quentin investigates the different approaches France and Britain have to the maritime space