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05 Sep 2016

Brazil: the Harder they Fall Politique étrangère, No. 3, Autumn 2016

By: Joao Augusto de CASTRO NEVES, Bruno REIS

During the 2000s, Brazil's economy took off, with growth driven primarily by strong Chinese demand for commodities. Within a decade, the Brazilian middle class increased from 30% to 50% of the population.

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31 Jul 2016

The Far Right in the Conflict between Russia and Ukraine Russie.Nei.Visions, No. 95, July 2016

By: Vyacheslav LIKHACHEV

From the very beginning, the armed conflict that broke out in the Donbass in the spring of 2014 drew in right-wing radicals, on the Ukrainian as well as on the Russian side. Organised ultra-nationalist groups and individual activists...

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21 Jul 2016

Trump's Vice President: Attempting to heal the Republican rift

By: Laurence NARDON, Delaine TUBBS

The announcement of Mike Pence as Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump’s running mate on July 15 was decidedly lackluster, if not downright awkward. Far from his normal persona of self-assurance to the point of hubris, Trump seemed...

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12 Jul 2016

Cyber Attacks: A New Threat to the Energy Industry Edito Energie

The Network and Information Security (NIS) Directive has been adopted on July 6th, 2016 by the European Parliament, three years after the initial proposal by the European Commission. It paves the way for a much needed common cyber security...

03 Nov 2016
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The French Institute for International Relations and the Elcano Royal Institute are pleased to...

15 Oct 2016

At the 2016 Xiangshan Forum, China Outlines a Vision for Regional...

Alice EKMAN, op-ed published in The Diplomat
Beijing has a plan for a new regional security architecture, and it’s not based around...
13 Oct 2016

The "alt-right" votes for Trump

Donald Trump's xenophobic rethoric draws the support of white supremacists.
03 Oct 2016

Will Germany be ungovernable after the elections in 2017?

Barbara KUNZ, quoted by Jean-Dominique Merchet in l'Opinion
One year before the general elections and even if Angela Merkel remains a favourite, the political scene in Germany seems more fragmented than...
03 Oct 2016

Germany - between 'welcome culture' and the outbursts of xenophobia

Barbara KUNZ, invited to Sandrine Blanchard's podcast, Deutsche Welle
The 3rd of October is a national holiday celebrating German unity since 1990. What has the mass arrival of migrants these past years revealed about...
01 Oct 2016

Germany: populists weaken Angela Merkel

Barbara KUNZ, quoted in Challenges by Sabine Syfuss-Arnaud 
The party Alternative für Deutschland founded only three years ago against the Euro unites Germans against Berlin's open-door policy. And on the eve...