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2019
Ramses Issues from Ramses

RAMSES 2020. A World without a Compass? RAMSES 2020, September 2019

RAMSES 2020. A World without a Compass?, written by Ifri's research team and external experts, offers an in-depth and up-to-date analysis of geopolitics in today’s world.

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  • In "Perspectives", the opening section of RAMSES 2020, Thierry de Montbrial, founder and Executive Chairman of Ifri, provides an analysis of the state of global affairs.
  • Three main questions are treated in the second section, "Trois enjeux pour 2020" :

- Dangerous Seas: trade, under-sea cables, energy flows, military maneuvers, environmental risks… – from Asia to the Middle East, seas are new spaces of maneuvering and confrontation by all players of an interconnected, globalized world.

- Latin America’s Meltdown: What future for a Latin America, battered by "leftist" experiments and "rightist" populism, shaken by immigration, destroyed by drug trafficking and confronted with an unpredictable neighbor?

- Does Multilateralism Have a Future?: international trade, disarmament, sanctions, environment… – how to save a multilateralism under pressure from major powers in all directions? In what forms and through which institutions?
 

  • The third section, Le Monde en questions, offers a thorough study of recent conflicts, strategies, and important international negotiations.
     
  • The final section, Les Repères, presents a mix of statistics, timelines and original maps.

 

RAMSES 2020 also includes 8 videos featuring Ifri researchers providing concise analysis of the most critical issues in international affairs.

 

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Keywords
Brexit climate change Democracy Digital Elections International Trade migrations Multilateralism Nuclear Disarmament piracy populism Africa Algeria Asia Brazil China Europe Latin America Middle East Russia Syria United States Venezuela
Editors
Ifri/Dunod
ISBN / ISSN: 
978-2-10-080113-8