Amaury Crucy is a second semester student in the Nonproliferation and Terrorism Studies Master program. Originally from Paris, France, Amaury graduated Valedictorian with a B.A in Political Science from BYU-Idaho in July 2013. There he focused on foreign affairs with a regional emphasis on the East-Asian peninsula. As part of his undergraduate studies, he worked as an intern for the European Company for Strategic Intelligence, a private contractor for the French ministry of Defense. At the Institute for International Studies, Amaury works at the President’s office and the Center for Nonproliferation Studies. Amaury is currently specializing in CBRN terrorism and plans to get a PhD in that field upon completing his masters.