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04 Nov 2017

Artificial Intelligence, The New Chess Piece Of Geopolitics

By: Julien NOCETTI, an article in Le Monde. English edition on Worldcrunch.com

China, Russia and the U.S. see potential and risks. And for now, there's still no form of governance to oversee AI development — technology moves faster than diplomacy.

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02 Nov 2017

Kind Words, Cruise Missiles, and Everything in Between. The Use of Power Resources in U.S. Policies towards Poland, Ukraine, and Belarus 1989–2008 Soviet and Post Soviet Politics and Society (SPPS), Vol. 174

According to realist premises, the United States has an interest in remaining the world's only superpower, thus creating the need to manage and maintain unipolarity. The pursuit of this grand strategy, however, required the U.S. to adapt its...

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26 Oct 2017

Japan-Russia: The Limits of a Strategic Rapprochement Russie.Nei.Visions, No. 104, Ifri, October 2017

By reinforcing hostility between Russia and the West, the Ukraine crisis has shone a spotlight on the limits and contradictions of any Russo-Japanese rapprochement. Russia has grown more dependent on China, just as Japan has become more reliant...

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18 Oct 2017

Where is the U.S. nuclear arsenal headed?

By: Jon WOLFSTHAL

An interview with Jon WOLFSTHAL, nonresident scholar, Nuclear Policy Program, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace

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12 Sep 2017

New Appointments Give Clues on Trump's European Policy: Wess Mitchell nominated for Assistant Secretary of State for European and Eurasian Affairs Chroniques américaines, septembre 2017

By: Benjamin HADDAD

Benjamin Haddad, research fellow at Hudson Institute in Washington D.C., reviews Wess Mitchell’s nomination for Assistant Secretary of State for European and Eurasian affairs. According to Haddad, as U.S. President Donald Trump struggles to...

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10 Jul 2017

A Victory to End All Victory: Iraq after the Islamic State Notes de l'Ifri, July 2017

By: Loulouwa AL-RACHID

The offensive on Mosul against Islamic State crystallises all of the political, social and security issues which determine the future of the Iraqi state.

04 Nov 2017

Artificial Intelligence, The New Chess Piece Of Geopolitics

Julien NOCETTI, an article in Le Monde. English edition on Worldcrunch.com
China, Russia and the U.S. see potential and risks. And for now, there's still no form of governance to oversee AI development — technology moves...
04 Nov 2017

China and the “Definition Gap”: Shaping Global Governance in Words

Alice EKMAN, article posted on the Asan Forum
Increasingly, China’s diplomacy is using key words commonly used by liberal democracies, but the meaning differs greatly. This evolution is changing...
11 Oct 2017

Russia–Saudi Arabia. King Salman's Visit to Moscow: New Axis or...

Julien NOCETTI, guest of the program "Les Enjeux internationaux" on France Culture
King Salman received at the Kremlin with his 1,000-strong delegation, including 100 businessmen. King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud's official visit...
28 Sep 2017

Abe dissolves Japan Parliament ahead of snap elections

Céline PAJON, quoted by Emily Tamkin in Foreign Policy
On Thursday, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe dissolved Japan’s parliament, the starting pistol for the snap elections he called a year early to...
27 Sep 2017

Germany Hesitant over Macron’s Vision

Barbara KUNZ, quoted by Jean-Michel Hauteville in Handelsblatt Global
The French president’s speech on ambitious EU reform met politely raised eyebrows in Germany as Berlin struggles to build a new government. Any other...
26 Sep 2017

Trump : enough is enough?

Laurence NARDON, invited in "Du Grain à moudre" on France Culture
The provocative, contemptuous and threatening style of the American president even irritate Republicans. Facing his overflows at the national and...