Paul Coyer serves as a Research Professor at The Institute of World Politics, as well as an Associate Professor at l’Ecole Speciale Militaire de Saint-Cyr, where he lectures on U.S. foreign and national security policy and on the role of religion and culture in international affairs. Full bio

Iran : comprendre la politique de Trump

IWP Research Professor Dr. Paul Coyer recently wrote an article on Trump’s Iran policy for a leading French geopolitical journal, Revue Conflits: Histoire, Geopolitique, Relations Internationales, entitled “Iran: Comprendre la Politique de Trump.” Read more

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Venezuela: A Country in Crisis

If ever there were an example of a government not performing even the most basic of ethical duties to its citizens, it is that of Venezuela under Nicolás Maduro and the PSUV (Partido Socialista Unido de Venezuela or United Socialist Party of Venezuela). 

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Iranian Ambition

Several months after the defeat of ISIS in northern Iraq, the ethnic and religious minorities who were driven from their homes hesitate to return.

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Trump, Assad, Putin, and the Re-establishment of American Credibility

President Trump’s action last night, striking with 59 Tomahawk cruise missiles a Syrian military airbase that had been the source of a chemical weapons attack against a rebel-controlled village on Tuesday, has not only punished Syrian dictator Bashar Assad for the use of chemical weapons, but put the broader region, and the rest of the…

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