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  • Sébastien Miraglia

    Visiting Fellow
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    Sébastien Miraglia is a research fellow at the Norwegian Institute for Defence Studies (IFS). He has joined IFS’s department of Civil-Military relations in 2009, where he is writing about nuclear policy, strategy and the development of military technology. His current area of research includes nuclear security in South Asia and the impact of civil-military relations on Pakistan’s nuclear posture. Previously, Mr Miraglia has studied the development of ballistic missile technology within the US Navy, and the tactical operation of shipborne air defence systems. In addition, he has served has a technological advisor for independent studies analysing the Rafale jet-fighter bid for the Indian MRCA competition. Mr. Miraglia received his master’s degree from the University of Oslo (Norway), and his bachelor’s degree from the University of Lyon (France).

    Selected works

    • “Strategic and domestic obstacles to nuclear disarmament in South Asia”, Security Brief, no. 3 (Oslo: The Norwegian Atlantic Committee, 2010).
    • Nuclear strategy and the development of military technology. The case of the Fleet Ballistic Missile programme. Oslo: Institutt for Forsvarsstudier, 2010.
    • “Les opérations de défense antiaérienne de la flotte britannique lors de la campagne des Malouines” [Lessons from the air-defence operations of the Royal Navy during the Falklands War]. Bulletin d’Études de la Marine, no. 49 (summer 2010): 47-53.
    • "Historisk atomavtale?"[Making nuclear history?], Dagsavisen, 18 April 2010.