Dr Chloe Berger is Faculty Adviser/Researcher at the NATO Defense College.
As a Researcher, her work focuses mainly on the broader MENA region and NATO’s Agenda for the South (Projecting Stability, partnerships, etc.). As a Faculty Adviser, she oversees the Curriculum Planning of the NATO REGIONAL COOPERATION COURSE and the Senior Executive Regional Conference.
Before joining NDC, Chloe Berger held different positions in French educational institutions, public and private, in Syria and Egypt. She worked as a consultant for risks analysis and strategic monitoring on Middle-Eastern issues (Egypt, Syria, Lebanon, and Palestine).
Chloe Berger is a graduate from the Political Studies Institute of Paris (Sciences-Po Paris) and she received a PhD in Political Sciences from Paris II – Assas University. She also holds a Master 2 in “International Security and Defence” from Pierre-Mendes France University (Grenoble).
Her research work focuses mainly on security, political and socio-economic issues in the MENA region and their implications for NATO; security issues related to MENA non-state actors and hybrid warfare; Innovation and Defence in the MENA region.