tanguy_struyeTanguy is specialised in geopolitics, geostrategy and geoeconomics of great powers and studies also new security questions (asymmetry, privatisation of security…). He worked as an independent consultant from 2005 to 2006. In 2007 he joined The Egmont Institute as Research Fellow in the Security & Global Governance Department. Since 2006 he is professor at the University of Mons and at the Royal Military Academy (Belgium), where he teaches among others geopolitics. In 2008, he became the coordinator of the InBev Baillet-Latour Chair, programme European Union-China, at the University of Louvain-la-Neuve, where he teaches a course on China and World politics and another on Geopolitics of the European Union and the Great Powers. He is co-founder of the Réseau Multidisciplinaire d’Etudes Stratégiques ( and Senior Research Fellow at the Centre d’Etudes des Crises et Conflits Internationaux (Cecri). He is the author of many articles and books, among them : « The Reassertion of the United States in the Asia-Pacific Region », « L’Articque, nouvel eldorado géoéconomique », « La Chine et les grandes puissances en Afrique, une approche géostratégique et géoéconomique », « L’équation iranienne, pas seulement une question nucléaire », « Afghanistan, une guerre stratégique pour l’Europe, existentielle pour l’OTAN », « Belgium and Counter-Terrorism Policy in the Jihadi Era ».