International Research Fellow
|2005.09 - 2006.08||Research student in OSIPP (Osaka School of International Public Policy), Osaka University, Japan. Topic of research: Strategic realignment and U.S. military bases in Okinawa|
|2001.10 - 2003.10||Master on International Relations, Department of International History and Politics at the Graduate Institute of International Studies of Geneva.|
|2000.09 - 2001.08||Exchange student at Waseda University, Tokyo, Japan.|
|2000.06||Graduated from the Institute of Political Studies of Lyon,in the International section. Special Degree on Contemporary Asia.|
(with Marianne Péron-Doise), “Souveraineté et gouvernance maritime en Asie. Les garde-côtes en première ligne », Annuaire Français des Relations Internationales, Université Panthéon-Assas, Volume XXI, September 2020.
“Europeans and Maritime Security in the Indo-Pacific: Demonstrating a More Proactive Commitment”, Céline Pajon and Masashi Nishihara, eds., “East Asia Security in Flux. What Regional Order Ahead?”, Études de l'Ifri, May 2020.
Celine Pajon researches and analyses Japan's foreign and defense policy for Ifri since 2008. She also follows the major domestic political debates in Japan. She conducts researches on the evolving International Relations and geostrategic setting of the Indo-Pacific region.
She lectured at INALCO (Langues'O), ENSTA and EPFL (Ecole polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne).
Céline Pajon holds a Master in International Affairs from the Graduate Institute of International Studies of Geneva and graduated from SciencesPo Lyon. She studied two years in Japan, at Waseda University and Osaka University.