Pierre-Louis Têtu

 

PhD Candidate in geopgraphy, Laval University, Canada

 

Pierre-Louis Têtu holds a Master’s degree in geography from Laval University, Canada, where he is PhD candidate in geography. His PhD research focuses on the main factors determining Chinese firms’ strategies investing in the mining field in the Canadian Arctic. He is also a student member of the Quebec Center of Geopolitics Studies (Centre québécois d’études géopolitiques – CQEG).

 

Research interest:

– Canadian Arctic and climate change: geopolitics

– Chinese mining investment in the Canadian Arctic: geoeconomics

– Regional development of cruise tourism in the (Canadian) Arctic

– International security and economical issues

– AfPak and former Soviet Socialist Republics geopolitics
 
 

Publications

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Latest Publications


 David Walton and Emilian Kavalski (eds.), Power Transition in Asia, Routledge, 2017.
 
 

Christopher Ogden, New South Asian Security: Six Core Relations Underpinning Regional Security, Orient Black Swan, 2016.

 

M.-A. Éthier et Éric Mottet (dir.), , Didactiques de l’histoire, de la géographie et de l’éducation à la citoyenneté : recherches et pratiques, De Boeck supérieur, 2016.

 

Tanguy Struye de Swielande and Dorothée Vandamme (eds.), , Power in the 21st Century: Determinants and Contours, Presses universitaires de Louvain, 2015.