Emmanuelle Veuillet is a South Sudan Analyst. Her research explores militarization and mobilization in South Sudanese society, as well as internal and external population displacement in the context of the civil war. She is a PhD candidate in Political Science at Paris-1 Panthéon-Sorbonne University. She studies local reactions to the state’s identity policies in the Equatorias region in the context of the civil war in South Sudan. She conducts fieldwork in Uganda and Kenya, having previously carried out fieldwork in Iraqi Kurdistan in 2013 and 2014.
She holds a dual Master’s International Affairs and International Security from Sciences-Po and Columbia University.
Research Area: South Sudan Languages: English, French, conversant in Arabic and Central (Sorani) Kurdish