Chercheur associé, Centre Afrique Subsaharienne de l'Ifri
Domaines d'expertise :
- Madagascar, Mali, Niger, Libye, Mauritanie, Ghana
- Sûreté, risque pays
- Responsabilité sociétale des entreprises
Mathieu Pellerin est chercheur associé au sein du programme Afrique subasaharienne de l'Ifri. Ses travaux de recherche portent depuis 2010 sur le Sahel (Mauritanie, Mali, Niger, Burkina Faso), le Lac Tchad et Madagascar.
Depuis 2015, Mathieu Pellerin est conseiller spécial en charge du dialogue intra-islamique pour le Centre pour le dialogue humanitaire (HD) et consultant international pour des organisations publiques et privées (Banque mondiale, Union Européenne, ONGs, etc.). Il est également rédacteur en chef adjoint de la revue Sécurité & Stratégie.
Armed Violence in the Sahara. Are We Moving From Jihadism to Insurgency? Etudes de l'Ifri, December 2019
While everyone is questioning the effectiveness of the anti-terrorist response in the Sahel, the first challenge is to ensure that the jihadist phenomenon in the Sahel is fully understood.
Often described as an “ungoverned area”, the Niger-Libya border is nevertheless at the centre of major economic, political and security challenges. Both the Libyan authorities and the Nigerien state are struggling to establish tight control over this particularly isolated area.
Has Madagascar really emerged from the crisis which started in 2009? In purely formal terms, it is customary to consider that the December 2013 presidential election ended a political sequence of relative institutional paralysis since the coup in March 2009 and the transitional...
Four years after the Jubilee block went into production, we can make an initial assessment of the governance of Ghana’s oil resources. In terms of its institutional structure, Ghana is seen as a model for the entire continent.
The question of the Chinese presence in Madagascar is very accurate. It is an opportunity for us to portray the sino-madagarscan relations.
Summary: The scale of the violence which has hit Madagascar has taken many commentators by surprise. However, early warning signs were visible over the last few months. The origin of this crisis can be linked to President Ravalomanana's management of political, economic and social...