Thomas Flichy de La Neuville is a Research Professor at IWP. He is currently serving as the Chair of Geopolitics at the Rennes School of Business.
He also does executive training for Saint-Cyr’s military academy, where he previously was the head of the department of war studies, and serves as a guest lecturer at the Diplomatic Academy of Vienna. He was formerly a professor of Iranian studies at the French Naval Academy.
His research focuses on the vitality of civilizations, and he has developed a geocultural indicator to assess the liveliness of civilizations. His work focuses on future diplomatic tensions and conflicts in Iran, China and Russia.
Thomas Flichy de La Neuville holds a Ph.D in legal history. He has lectured in Oxford and in the United States Naval Academy.
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