The international environment has changed at an unprecedented pace in recent decades. The election of the new American president, Donald Trump, has reshuffled certain geopolitical and strategic maps. New alliances will be formed and new players will emerge. Yesterday's partners may no longer be united in the same alliances tomorrow. The world faces new challenges, new issues as well as new rules that can destabilize the "world system" in the age of globalization.
Across Europe and the world, international trade, cyberspace, geopolitics of materials and the major changes underway, the training path will allow the student to develop his analytical capacity, his strategic vision and the writing of briefings .
A graduate in Political Science at the University of Liège (Belgium), with specializations in American and European studies, Roberto De Primis completed his academic career at South Bank University in London and at the Solvay Business School in Brussels with an Executive Master in Management (eMba).
After a career in the Belgian institutional (Government) and European (European Parliament) world, he was a diplomat in New York at the United Nations. Currently a researcher at the Raoul Dandurand Chair in Strategic and Diplomatic Studies at the University of Quebec in Montreal (UQAM), he follows American national and foreign policy, transatlantic relations and questions relating to cyberspace. He is executive president of the Belgian-Vietnamese Chamber of Commerce which works to improve bilateral relations but also trade relations between the European Union and Hanoi.