Alexandre Dab

Alexandre Dab

Guest Teacher

Department of International History

Room No
Office Hours
Thursday, 9.45am - 10.45am and 2.15pm - 5pm
English, French
Key Expertise
Cold War; Transatlantic relations; European integration; Middle East

About me

Dr Alexandre Dab is a historian of the Cold War and transatlantic relations. Most particularly, he is interested in the process of integration and cooperation in Europe after the Second World War, and how the rise of the European Community (EC) as an increasingly cohesive diplomatic actor affected relations with the United States. His PhD dissertation took the Middle East as a case study to explore how the emergence of a common European stance towards the region worked together – and often conflicted – with US policy. 

He has been teaching classes on the history of international relations in the 20th century, the Cold War, European integration, and the global 1970s in the department of international history since 2015.

Expertise Details

Cold War; Transatlantic relations; European integration; Middle East peace process


  • LSE PhD studentship; LSE Teaching Award, 2016/17


Dr Alexandre Dab teaches the following courses at undergraduate level:

HY116 International Politics since 1914: Peace and War

HY206 The International History of the Cold War, 1945-1989