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06 Feb 2017

Japan and France: Slowly but Surely Moving Forward on Security Cooperation

By: Céline PAJON, in The Diplomat

Despite being geographically distant, France and Japan share a number of converging interests.

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24 Jan 2017

The Energy Sector Implications of Brexit Insight_e Hot Energy Topic #20, January 2017

By: Steve PYE, Carole MATHIEU, Paul DEANE

On June 23rd, the UK voted 51.9% to 48.1% to leave the European Union. While the referendum outcome was not legally binding, the broad political consensus that has since emerged across both Remain and Brexit camps has been that the will of the...

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17 Jan 2017

Africa and the ICC Going Forward L'Afrique en questions, No. 31, 17 January 2017

By: Hlawulani MKHABELA

October 2016 presented a grim test for the fourteen-year-old International Criminal Court (ICC) as three Sub-Saharan African countries, Burundi, South Africa and Gambia announced their decision to opt out of the international judicial body....

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22 Dec 2016

Europe and China's New Silk Roads

By: Frans Paul van der Putten, John SEAMAN, Mikko HUOTARI, Alice EKMAN, Miguel OTERO-IGLESIAS

As China elaborates on the design of its "Belt and Road Initiative" (OBOR), the place of Europe within this project is slowly but surely taking shape. 

13 Feb 2017

Emmanuel Macron aide blames Russia for hacking attempts

Julien NOCETTI, quoted by Nicholas VINOCUR in Politico with , Tatiana KASTOUEVA-JEAN
Russia watchers say Moscow is deploying considerable resources to swing the French election.
08 Feb 2017

Tough Balancing Act for Japan’s Abe in Second Meeting With Trump

Céline PAJON, quoted by Emily Tamkin, in Foreign Policy
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe was the first foreign leader to meet with U.S. President-elect Donald Trump after his election. On Friday, Feb....
08 Feb 2017

The fight for the Elysée ...and for Europe

On Germanys second channel, ZDF, Barbara Kunz enlarges upon the French presidential election in May.
06 Feb 2017

Japan and France: Slowly but Surely Moving Forward on Security...

Despite being geographically distant, France and Japan share a number of converging interests.
27 Jan 2017

What future for the German social democracy?

Hans STARK, invited to "Le débat du jour" by François Bernard on RFI.
Martin Schulz will be the SPDs candidate for the general elections in 2017, facing the CDUs Angela Merkel. Could his arrival threaten the Chancellor...