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Cyprien Fluzin

PhD candidate at the Geneva Graduate Institute


Cyprien was Visiting Fellow at ICCT for a duration of six weeks from 28th August 2023 to 8th October 2023. During this time, he conducted research on “The Use of Administrative Measures while Responding to Increasingly Diverse Terrorist and Security Threats: Rule of Law and Human Rights Implications.”

Cyprien is a PhD candidate at the Geneva Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies where his research focuses on international legal issues arising from the participation of foreign terrorist fighters in armed conflicts. He has previously taught courses at the Geneva Academy, among others on refugee law, human rights, and humanitarian law. Cyprien is also an adjunct lecturer at Sciences Po in Paris where he teaches subjects related to global security and international humanitarian law, and at Paris Dauphine University-PSL where he teaches French law. He further serves as a contributing editor to the Princeton Journal of Public and International Affairs.