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26 Sep 2022

Military briefing: How will Russia’s mobilisation affect the war in Ukraine?

By: Dimitri MINIC, quoted by Ben Hall in Financial Times

Kyiv expects new recruits to appear within two months but Moscow struggles with training and logistical obstacles.

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19 Sep 2022

Interview with David Miliband, President and CEO of the International Rescue Committee

Can you describe the humanitarian impact of the war in Ukraine, in Europe, including with regards to displacement, and beyond the outside of Europe?

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15 Sep 2022

France and AUKUS: A Necessary Reconciliation

By: Jérémy BACHELIER, Céline PAJON, article published in The Diplomat

One year on, the announcement of the Australia-U.K.-U.S alliance has not been accompanied by any major changes to France’s Indo-Pacific defense strategy.

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09 Sep 2022

Reflection on Russia’s Changing Image in the Post-Soviet Region Dossier A Dangerous Neighbour: Russia's Image After Ukraine - September 9th 2022

The two years preceding the Russian invasion of Ukraine suggested that Russia had adopted a measured policy toward the post-Soviet space. Faced with social protests in Belarus, a coup in Kyrgyzstan, the victory of pro-European president Maia...

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19 Aug 2022

Chinese Nuclear Force Modernization and Doctrinal Change Briefings de l'Ifri, August 19, 2022

By: Nicola LEVERINGHAUS

Dating back to the first test in 1964, the Chinese nuclear force modernization process is motivated by other nuclear powers’ modernization across the years, mostly from the United States and the Soviet Union, but also by domestic factors such...

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29 Jul 2022

Cyberspace Governance in China: Evolution, Features and Future Trends Asie.Visions, No. 129, juillet 2022

By: John LEE

As China’s political relations with most of the world’s technologically advanced states have worsened, Beijing has put in place the world’s most comprehensive regulatory and administrative system for governing cyberspace.

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22 Jul 2022

Building Bridges over the Blue Pacific. Beyond Marine Protected Areas – A Europe-Oceania Cooperation Briefings de l’Ifri, July 22, 2022

The “new scramble for the Pacific” is characterized by a race for the control of maritime space and resources, oscillating between ocean grabbing and ocean commoning.

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13 Jul 2022

New government in Canberra: A reset for Australia’s Indo-Pacific approach? Lettre du Centre Asie , No. 98, 13 July 2022

By: Hervé LEMAHIEU

Following the May Federal election, Australia has its first centre-left government in close to a decade, led by Prime Minister Anthony Albanese.

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08 Jul 2022

Fishing for Chips: Assessing the EU Chips Act Briefings de l'Ifri, July 8, 2022

By: Niclas Frederic POITIERS, Pauline WEIL

China, the United States, and the European Union (EU) are currently developing strategies for semiconductors aimed at financing R&D and the installation of new factories on their territories, in particular through subsidies. The EU...

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04 Jul 2022

Five Years after China’s Plastic Import Ban: Have Europeans Taken Responsibility? Briefings de l'Ifri, July 4, 2022

By: Eugénie JOLTREAU

After the 2017 Chinese waste import ban, the international and European Union (EU) legislative framework on waste exports has been revised. 

27 Sep 2022

French delight as Emmanuel Macron will be first world leader to visit...

Laurence NARDON, quoted by Adam Sage in The Times
President Macron is set to become the first world leader to make a state visit to the US during the Biden presidency, to the delight of...
26 Sep 2022

Military briefing: How will Russia’s mobilisation affect the war in...

Kyiv expects new recruits to appear within two months but Moscow struggles with training and logistical obstacles.
15 Sep 2022

France and AUKUS: A Necessary Reconciliation

One year on, the announcement of the Australia-U.K.-U.S alliance has not been accompanied by any major changes to France’s Indo-Pacific defense...
13 Sep 2022

Russian army hobbled by shortage of soldiers

Following the last Ukrainian victories over the Russian Army in the Kharkiv oblast, Russian administration currently faces controversies. As a matter...
04 Sep 2022

Japan resumes its wooing of Africa, a counter to China’s efforts

Céline PAJON, quoted by Jevans Nyabiage in the South China Morning Post
Japan, which began developmental programmes in the 1990s, has been eclipsed in recent years by China, now Africa’s leading trade partner.Pledge to...
17 Jul 2022

EDF’s problems pile up as full nationalisation looms

Cécile MAISONNEUVE, quoted by Sarah White for the Financial Times
French supplier of nuclear energy is struggling with plant shutdowns, build problems and skills shortages.