Poverty, a major consequence of the COVID-19 pandemic, is set to increase exponentially throughout the world, even though it was supposed to disappear in its most extreme form by 2030.
Ifri’s programs deal with the majors issues of today’s world: security, climate and energy, migration, economy, space, global governance and more.
The Geopolitics of Artificial Intelligence: The Return of Empires? Politique étrangère, Vol. 83, No. 3, Autumn 2018
Artificial intelligence (AI) is swiftly moving forward and becoming a real tool of power.
De-radicalization and the Prevention of Radicalization in Germany, Great Britain and Denmark Politique étrangère, Vol. 80, No. 4, Winter 2015
To date, a few thousand Europeans have left Europe to join jihadi fighters in Syria and Iraq. Several hundreds of them have already returned. To deal with this phenomenon, some countries have developed radicalization prevention and de-radicalization programs.
International Criminal Justice at 70: Between the Iron and Golden Ages Politique étrangère, Vol. 80, No. 4, Winter 2015
The modern principle of international criminal justice goes back to Nuremberg and its highly specific historical context. The 1990s marks a decade of renaissance, for former Yugoslavia and Rwanda in particular.
Established to hold trials for crimes committed during the Yugoslav wars in the 1990s, the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY) has vacillated between its punitive purpose and writing the history of this period.
The Right to Compensation at the ICC: Promises and Uncertainties Politique étrangère, Vol. 80, No. 4, Winter 2015
The establishment of the International Criminal Court (ICC) has made it possible for the victim to be fully recognized in international trials, with the assertion of the right to compensation for acts of genocide, crimes against humanity, and war crimes.
Successive attempts to institutionalise Islam in France have not resulted in an entirely satisfactory outcome.
While internet traffic is exploding and there is new costly infrastructure to be implemented, the “net neutrality” debate is raging.
The Snowden affair could bring about major changes in the structure of the Internet and its governance. Technologies should now a priori integrate standards which give citizens the capacity to keep a check on what data is available.
Big Data is changing our view of the world by changing our modes of approach, moving from analogue systems to digital-based knowledge.
The Arctic region has enjoyed lasting political stability for several decades. However, the region is very vulnerable to the acceleration of climate change, and in addition, it is subject to growing interest from global powers eager to explore its geo-economic and geo-strategic potential....
The Think Thank 7 (T7) is an engagement group that brings together the leading Think Tanks from the G7 countries in order to analyze and make recommendations on key issues of the G7 presidency.
Following the publication of a study about “Shale Gas in Poland, United Kingdom, Danmark: Toward an European Model?” conducted by Sylvie Cornot-Gandolphe, Ifri Center for Energy organizes a roundtable conference with: Sylvie Cornot-Gandolphe, Associate Research Fellow...
A luncheon debate with Denis BAUCHARD, Special Adviser for the Middle East at Ifri, and Corentin BRUSTLEIN, Research Fellow at the Centre for Security Studies, Ifri....
Following the publication of a study about “the impact of shale gas development in the US on the European petrochemical industry” conducted by Sylvie Cornot-Gandolphe, IFRI Center for Energy organizes a roundtable conference with:...
The Militarization of Space and Norway's Satellite Stations: Bases for Debate in the Next Military Space Era
A Seminar with Bård Wormdal, author of the "Satellite War" and Journalist at NRK - Norway's largest media house....
As part as the Ifri Energy Breakfast Roundtable series, a seminar with :
Ifri"s Contemporary Turkey Programme and Ifri"s Center for Energy organize a joined seminar with Dorothée Schmid, Research Fellow, Head of the Contemporary Turkey Programme at Ifri, Mithat Rende, Ambassador, Director General for Multilateral Economic Affairs,...
In 2019, Ifri was again ranked 2nd most influential think tank in the world and 1st in Western Europe
Emerging Countries and the "Return of Geopolitics": Economic and Geopolitical Cross-Sectional Perspectives
In 2014, the deceleration of global growth trends revealed wide disparities between emerging countries. While the big emerging countries face a decline in their growth potential, smaller ones continue to show resilience and drive in what seems to be a difficult international grid.