Chercheur, responsable du programme Amérique du Nord de l'Ifri
- Histoire des idées politiques aux Etats-Unis
- Politique étrangère américaine et relations transatlantiques
- Politique commerciale de l'administration Trump et relations avec la Chine
Laurence Nardon dirige le programme Amérique du Nord de l'Ifri. Elle édite la collection de notes de recherche en ligne sur les Etats-Unis des "Potomac Papers". Elle est membre du comité de rédaction des revues Politique étrangère, Questions internationales et The Washington Quarterly. Ses podcasts audio « Trump 2020 », sur la campagne américaine, sont disponibles dans la lettre d’information Time to Sign Off (TTSO) tous les mercredi soir et sur les sites de Slate.fr et de l’Ifri.
Avant de rejoindre l'Ifri, Laurence Nardon a été chargée de recherches à l'Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales (EHESS), puis, de 2001 à 2003, Visiting Fellow au Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) à Washington.
Laurence Nardon est docteur en science politique de l'Université de Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne. Elle a étudié à l'Université du Kent à Canterbury après avoir reçu son diplôme de Sciences-Po Paris. A l'automne 2000, elle a été Fulbright Scholar à George Washington University à Washington.
Europe is increasingly considering space as a useful tool to support Civil Protection (CP). Through a demand-driven approach, it intends to create new services tailored to the needs of the CP community.
Many voices denounce the institutional gridlock that has gripped Washington. Indeed, filibustering in the U.S. Senate is not the only issue. Hopes of a reform are limited however.
Space Weather and NEOs in the European Space Policy Actuelles de l'Ifri, The Europe & Space Series, No. 6, August 2011
Although often overshadowed by a focus on security concerns, Space weather and NEOs are important elements of Europe’s SSA program.
The Use of Space for Maritime Security in Europe Actuelles de l'Ifri, The Europe & Space Series, No. 5, June 2011
The EU is currently developing a Maritime Security Strategy. Space should be integrated in that effort, given its potential for maritime surveillance.
The Development of Public-Private Partnerships in the European Satcom Sector Actuelles de l'Ifri, The Europe & Space Series, No. 4, May 2011
Public-Private Partnerships (PPPs) could help to enhance the societal benefits of communication satellites. However, European public entities must avoid the mistakes made during the Galileo concession negotiations.
The Global Monitoring for Environment and Security (GMES) Program is often overshadowed by what is perceived to be the flagship program of European space, Galileo. As a matter of fact, GMES is just as important and faces many similar challenges.
Galileo, the Long Road to European Autonomy Actuelles de l'Ifri, The Europe & Space Series, No. 2, December 2010
Galileo is one of the most ambitious programs ever managed by the EU. As such, it illustrates the challenges and the opportunities offered by the development of a European Space Policy at the political, industrial, economic and international level.
The Evolving Architecture of Space and Security Actuelles de l'Ifri, The Europe & Space Series, No. 1, November 2010
Today, Europe is taking initiatives both to prevent space weaponization and to develop space militarization. While national States remain the central players in this regard, the intergovernmental European Space Agency is increasingly involved in security-related activities and the European...
After hurricane Katrina in 2005, images of the miserable and abandoned black community of New Orleans surfaced. This portrait of a black underclass mired in poverty is not throroughly representative of African Americans in the U.S., however. A dynamic middle class is also present, and is more...
Between dignity and racial prejudice, empathy and weakness, intelligence and paralysis, will the talents of the presidential candidate become handicaps for the 44th president? Halfway through his first term, it is time to analyze what kind of leader the world is dealing with.
Laurence Nardon, head of the United States Program at Ifri, joined Frabrice Lundy on October 4th on "Good Morning Weekend" on BFM Business. She discussed major current events including the Brazilian presidential election, the American fight against ISIS and the protests in Hong-Kong.
Almost 7 years ago, Barack Obama was elected on a promise:to end wars. Just as the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan are winding down, Barack Obama announcd this week that America will begin another war against terror, this time in Iraq and Syria. Why does the American president feel the accute...
Iraq is in chaos: unleashed ancestral hatred, civil war, religious war, porous borders, embarrassed chancellery,the rise of a jihad spanning from the Sahara to the Sahel that even recruits in Europe, quick conquest by ISIS.... looking at the situation that Sunnis and Shiites face in Iraq...
One could say that the President of the United States, with just over two years left in his second term, worries about the state of the country he will leave for his successors. "What America will Obama leave the world?"
BFM BUSINESS: BNP Paribas: Will France and the United States take up arms just three days before the ceremnoies commemorating the D-Day invasion? (in French)
On June 3, 2014, Laurence Nardon, head of the United States Program at IFRI joined Fabrice Lundy on "Les décodeurs de l'éco."