This special issue of Politique étrangère focuses on the proceedings of the Conference organized by the French Institute of International Relations (Ifri) for its 40th anniversary, held on April 10th, 2019, in Sorbonne University's Grand Amphithéâtre.
The COVID-19 crisis has hit the countries of the European Union (EU) hard.
The Indo-Pacific: A Viable Concept? / Can we Stabilize the Sahel? Politique étrangère, Vol. 84, No.3, Autumn 2019
Only devised a few years ago, the concept of the Indo-Pacific seeks to express a new configuration of the world’s globalization. In terms of economic exchange and power distribution, the Indo-Pacific is a unitary region spanning from the Persian Gulf to the Pacific, where all the major powers...
The last four decades have witnessed the profound transformation of the very foundations of the international system: the globalization of trade, technical revolutions, the upheaval of the hierarchy of powers, the emergence of China, the explosion of the Middle-East, the mutation of conflicts...
As Brexit fast approaches, what can be said about the key issues? Politique étrangère summarizes them with four questions.
How do we get out of wars? One hundred years after 1918, Politique étrangère’s special report takes up this question from different perspectives in relation to the conflicts in which Western armies, willingly or otherwise, are embroiled.
Cybersecurity and Cyber Defence: From Hacking to Information Warfare Politique étrangère, Vol. 83, No. 2, Summer 2018
The cyber world has undoubtedly become a part of geopolitics, in the way that it shapes, in its own way, relationships between the actors of the international stage.
With globalization weakening their borders and their sovereignty, are states now marginalized on the global stage?
Going beyond the numerous claims of rupture, is Trump overturning the international order and the place occupied in it by the United States?
Two strategic regions are at the focus of this back-to-school issue of Politique étrangère.