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With over 150 publications issued each year
under an open access policy in French, English, German and Russian,
Ifri enriches the international debate with a constant concern for
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List of Publications :
303 Résultats
05/07/2021
By: Wolfgang ZELLNER

As an essential platform for multilateralism, the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) has always been important to German diplomacy, although in varying degrees. Historically, Germany’s support for the Conference on Security and Co-operation in Europe...

14/04/2021

In Germany's parliamentary democracy, political parties play an important role in mandating Bundeswehr missions abroad and in overseeing their deployment. The political debate on these deployments is polarized between opponents, who are called “pacifists”, and supporters, who are called ...

23/02/2021
By: Corentin BRUSTLEIN, (ed.) , Félix ARTEAGA, Rob DE WIJK, Yvonni EFSTATHIOU, Claudia MAJOR, Alessandro MARRONE, Christian MÖLLING, Alice PANNIER, Magnus PETERSSON, Charly SALONIUS-PASTERNAK, Marcin TERLIKOWSKI, Peter WATKINS

To what extent has the COVID-19 pandemic affected defense priorities across Europe?

01/02/2021

France has traditionally taken a security-based approach to the fight against terror. It was a latecomer to the field of radicalization prevention and the establishment of disengagement programs aimed at jihadists. It only started to think seriously about the issue in 2013 and its first...

25/01/2021

From basic training to the conduct of international exercises, operational readiness planning aim to make the components of military capabilities (equipment, doctrines, operational know-hows) consistent with the operational contracts decided at the strategic level. 

21/01/2021

What are the next geopolitical challenges of the century? The global pandemic has altered the equilibrium between Asia and the West and sealed the rift between China and the United States, accentuating the world’s shift towards the East. On this polarized chessboard, two fault lines converge:...