Dr. Pierre Jolicoeur is a professor of Political Science at the Royal Military College of Canada (RMC) since 2007. He is currently the Acting Head of the Department of Politics and Economics and was Acting Associate Dean of Continuing Studies from July 2011 to January 2012.
He is mainly teaching courses on International relations and Strategic studies. His theoretical works focus on secessionism, federalism, ethnic conflicts and conflict resolution. Dr. Jolicoeur is also a specialist of the Caucasus and the South Eastern Europe. He published extensively about security issues on these areas. He is currently working on a book about Chechnya. Among his publications, mainly written in French, the following titles appeared recently:
- Jolicoeur, Pierre, "L'engagement des États-Unis au Caucase; la rupture du 11 septembre 2001", in Michèle Rioux (dir.), Débordement sécuritaire, Montreal : Athéna éditions, 2012, pp. 157-182.
- Jolicoeur, Pierre, "La politique étrangère de la Russie au Caucase du Sud", in Karine Prémont (dir.), La politique étrangère: l'impossible convergence des intérêts ?, Quebec: Presses de l'Université Laval, 2011, pp. 305-336.
- Jolicoeur, Pierre, and Frédéric Labarre, "NATO's engagement in the Caucasus; A question of energy security concerns or of norms and values?", in Annie Jafalian (Ed.), Reassessing Security in the South Caucasus, London: Ashgate, 2011, pp. 157-176.
- Jolicoeur, Pierre, "Post-Wesphalian Statehood: The Case of Georgia", in Frédéric Labarre, and Maria Tzankova (Eds), Theoretical and Technical Perspectives on Security Sector Governance in the Adriatic-Black Sea-Caspian Sea Bridge Area, Amsterdam et al.: IOS Press, 2011, pp. 3-28.