Cyprien Fluzin

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Cyprien Fluzin (@CyprienFluzin) is an international law researcher and lecturer specializing in the study of peace and security, human rights, migration, and terrorism. Based in Geneva, Switzerland, where he is currently a doctoral researcher at the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies and works with the Geneva Peacebuilding Platform, Cyprien is also an adjunct lecturer at Sciences Po in Paris, France, where he teaches subjects related to global security, violence, use of force, and international law. He occasionally comments on security, democracy, and constitutional law issues in the French and Swiss media and is an associate editor for Princeton’s Journal of Public and International Affairs.

Previously, Cyprien taught at PSL University — Dauphine in Paris, at the National University of Kyiv — Mohyla Academy, Ukraine, and at the Geneva Academy of International Humanitarian Law and Human Rights. He has also served as a researcher for the Bulan Institute for Peace Innovations and the Global Migration Centre in Geneva, and as a visiting fellow at the International Center for Counter-Terrorism in The Hague,  Netherlands. Before starting his PhD, Cyprien worked for the Harvard Program on International Law in Armed Conflict and the International Committee of the Red Cross, and contributed to the work of Geneva-based U.N. bodies, including the International Law Commission, the Human Rights Committee, and the Committee Against Torture.

Cyprien is a graduate of Harvard Law School, where he was a Fulbright scholar, the Geneva Graduate Institute, and the University of Strasbourg in France. He is on LinkedIn.

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