French Diplomat Dugit-Gros Joins Institute
Washington, D.C. - French diplomat Louis Dugit-Gros has joined the Washington Institute for Near East Policy as a visiting fellow, the research institution announced today. Dugit-Gros is the third active-duty French diplomat to be a visiting fellow at the Institute.
“We are pleased to host Louis at the Institute,” said Executive Director Dr. Robert Satloff. “His insights as both an analyst of the Middle East and a member of the French Ministry for Europe and Foreign Affairs will contribute greatly to our work.”
Dugit-Gros served as the press officer for the French embassy in Morocco, and as a political advisor for Libya, and a desk officer for Qatar and Oman at ministry headquarters in Paris. He also worked as a research analyst for the French Ministry of Defense.
Dugit-Gros hold master’s degrees from Sciences Po Lyon, Saint Joseph University of Beirut, and Paris-Dauphine University.
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