Group for research and information on peace and security

GRIP (Belgium)

GRIP is an independent research center created in 1979 and based in Brussels (Belgium). GRIP’s main aims are study, research, information and training on peace, defense and disarmament with a view to improving international security in Europe and throughout the world. GRIP research work focuses mainly on: Proliferation of small arms and light weapons and their ammunition, arms trade control; European Union and international security; defense economics; and conflict prevention and resolution.

Contact information

Group for research and information on peace and security – GRIP

467 chaussée de Louvain
B-1030 Bruxelles

Tel: +32.2.241 84 20
Fax: +32.2.245 19 33
Website: http://www.grip.org
Mail: admi@grip.org

Point of contact

Dr Luc Mampaey
l.mampaey@grip.org

The team

Name, Surname, contact Resume Speciality/Research Focus
Quéau, Yannick

y.queau@grip.org

+32483362588

Yannick Quéau is a researcher for GRIP “Arms Transfers and Small Arms” Project. His fields of research include defence industry, European defence integration and nuclear deterrence

 

Defence industry, Europeanization of defence, nuclear deterrence
Géhin, Léo

l.gehin@grip.org

+32483363878

Léo Géhin is a researcher for GRIP “Arms Transfers and Small Arms” Project. His fields of research focus on arms transfers (transfer control, EU regulation, ATT). SALW trade, ATT, defence industry, Turkey
Denis Jacqmin

d.jacqmin@grip.org

+32483363129

Denis Jacqmin is a researcher for GRIP “Arms Transfers and Small Arms” Project. His fields of research include arms transfers regulations (ATT, EU common position), SALW control regulations (PoA) and defence industry.  SALW trade, ATT, PoA, Defence industry, Ukraine