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16 Sep 2020

[Videoconference] Japan’s Cyber-Security Strategy: From the Olympics to the World

A videoconference on Japan’s cyber-security strategy was held by Ifri's Center for Asian Studies on September 15, 2020.

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01 Sep 2020

Justice and Might Éditoriaux de l'Ifri, September 1st, 2020

Looking back on the last few weeks, a famous quote by Goethe (from his report on the siege of Mainz in 1793) came to mind: “Better to commit an injustice than to countenance disorder.” In other words, disorder engenders more...

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28 Jul 2020

France and the Modernization of the EU-Turkey Customs Union: Interests and Obstacles Notes de l'Ifri, July 2020

By: Aurélien DENIZEAU, Dorothée SCHMID

This report is part of a joint endeavor of the Centre for Applied Turkey Studies (CATS) at Stiftung Wissenschaft und Politik (SWP), along with Elcano Royal Institute (ELCANO, Madrid), The Polish Institute of International Affairs (PISM, Warsaw)...

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15 Jul 2020

Japan’s Space Program: Shifting Away from “Non-Offensive” Purposes? Asie.Visions, No. 115, July 2020

By: Lionel FATTON

Japan’s space program has evolved greatly since the end of the Cold War, driven by a rapidly changing geopolitical environment and tailored by the emergence of an “intra-alliance hedging strategy”.

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06 Jul 2020

The European Equation of Nuclear Deterrence, Variables and Possible Solutions Éditoriaux de l'Ifri, juillet 2020

By: Quentin LOPINOT

Depuis que des armes nucléaires ont été développées par les Etats-Unis et l’Union Soviétique, l’Europe a vécu sous la menace nucléaire. Une confrontation majeure directe entre l’Ouest et l’Est aurait probablement abouti à un échange de tirs de...

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02 Jul 2020

Russia and Latin America in the 21st Century: A Difficult Rapprochement Russie.Nei.Visions, No. 119, Ifri, July 2020


This article analyses Russia’s relations with Latin America in the first two decades of the 21st century in the light of global political and economic processes.

17 Sep 2020

Why do migrants still leave northern France to head to UK?

Matthieu TARDIS, interviewed by AFP
Migrants who head to the United Kingdom often see it less as a panacea than a last-ditch means-to-an-end, according to Matthieu Tardis, an expert in...
09 Sep 2020

Navalny poisoning shatters Macron's Russia reset dream

The poisoning of Russian opposition figure Alexei Navalny with the Novichok nerve agent has dealt a blow to French President Emmanuel Macron's...
07 Sep 2020

Letter from Europe: Disorder, Injustice and our Current Crisis

Thierry de MONTBRIAL, editorial published on Policy Magazine
Looking back on the last few weeks, a famous quote by Goethe (from his report on the siege of Mainz in 1793) came to mind: “Better to commit an...
03 Sep 2020

Navalny Poisoning Raises Pressure on Merkel to Cancel Russian Pipeline

Evidence that the Russian opposition leader was attacked with a military-grade nerve agent has placed new pressures on the German chancellor.
30 Aug 2020

Europe still mired in division after migrant crisis

Since taking in more than a million people fleeing war and poverty in 2015, Europe has stepped up border controls but still falls short on common...
19 Aug 2020

QF scales up mission to expand Qatar’s solar energy vision

Governments across the globe are increasingly focusing on the benefits of sustainable energy and Qatar is no different. As part of its national...