Paul Coyer is a research professor at the Institute of World Politics in Washington, DC, as well as an associate professor at l’Ecole Speciale Militaire de Saint-Cyr, the French Army’s equivalent of West Point. He is also a non-resident senior fellow at Italia-Atlantica, a foreign policy think tank based in Rome, Italy.
Dr. Coyer’s writings have been published in the United States and around the world, including in Forbes, The Washington Times, The Imaginative Conservative, Azeri Today (Azerbaijan), and the Kyiv Post (Ukraine), as well as policy-oriented journals such as Revue Conflits: Histoire, Géopolitique et Relations Internationales (France), and by academic publishers such as National Defense University Press and Oxford University Press. He has recently published a book chapter on the ethics of nationalism (National Defense University Press), as well as a book in Italy on that topic (L’Etica del Nazionalismo). He also speaks and publishes on Russia, China, trans-Atlantic relations, the role of hostile extra-hemispheric powers in Latin America, and international religious liberty.
He is a member of the International Institute of Strategic Studies.
Paul Coyer speaks with Samuel Olson, who can justifiably be considered Venezuela’s most influential evangelical leader and is a respected leader not just in Venezuela and Latin America, but globally.
Samuel Olson & Paul CoyerJune 18, 2019
Professor and contributing editor Paul Coyer joins Providence managing editor Drew Griffin, for a discussion about the ongoing tragedy in Venezuela.
Paul CoyerJune 3, 2019
Over the past couple of weeks, Paul Coyer had a series of conversations with Rabbi Pynchas Brener about the history of the Jewish community in Venezuela, the role it has played both prior to and during the period of Chavismo, and his hopes for his nation’s future.
Paul CoyerMay 14, 2019
If ever there was 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.
Paul CoyerApril 26, 2019
Much of the coverage of Donald Trump’s foreign policy views have focused on areas of concern. Here are some reasons for optimism.
Paul CoyerNovember 16, 2016
One of the many areas of the globe in which the current international order is being challenged is in the Asia-Pacific, where a quickly rising, aggressive, and revisionist China is attempting to remake the regional order and to replace American leadership with its own (while working to chip away at American dominance over the global order, as well).
Paul CoyerMay 12, 2016
Amid the plethora of security threats the world is facing today, North Korea, with its fourth nuclear test on Jan. 6, long-range missile test on Feb. 7 and firing of short range missiles in late March, has been doing all it can in order to ensure that it gets its share of attention.
Paul CoyerApril 4, 2016
Inside Jihad is a must read for anyone seeking to better understand radical Islam, why the challenge is so great, and what can be done to effectively counter it.
Paul CoyerFebruary 1, 2016