is a visiting scholar of CETRA, KU Leuven, in August-September 2019. He is currently working on a project regarding the political translation, cultural aspects of language dialogue (English and Arabic) and the UN vocabulary of nuclear proliferation. He received his PhD in political sciences: international relations and strategic studies from Batna -01- university, Algeria. His dissertation (the proliferation of nuclear weapons and its impact on the international security in the post-cold war era: case study; Iran and North Korea, 2017) sheds light on the various security implications of the nuclear proliferation as a main challenge to international peace and security in this century, particularly with Iranian and North Korean programs as a case in point. He is also a researcher in an academic team on (the role of technologies of information and communication in the consolidation of the democratic citizenship in Algeria (since 2014). He is a Lecturer in the department of political sciences, Faculty of law and political sciences, at Mohamed Seddik Ben Yahia university, Algeria. He taught several courses on international relations theories, strategic studies, international security, regional integration, Arab affairs, the analysis of international conflicts “in Arabic” , including a course of political language “in English ” for Doctorate students (starting from September 2019). He published two books on political translation (El Munir in Translation Arabic – English – Arabic for international relations researchers 2017, colours in the political translation, 2019). He also contributed to a collective book on Translation in Algeria: University and professionals. He published articles and took part in several national and international seminars and workshops on political issues. He is now interested in political translation and diplomatic language, with Arabic and English as languages of interest in translation.