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Ifri's work on the North America region focuses mainly on the United States. Indeed, for more than 20 years, Ifri's United States program has provided keys to understanding American society and domestic policy while shedding light on developments in the country's foreign policy, including transatlantic relations and trade issues. 

Ifri's Canada program was active in 2015 and 2016.

 

Laurence NARDON

Research Fellow, Head of Ifri's North America Program

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Anne-Lorraine BUJON

Associate Research Fellow, North America Program

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Alexander T. J. LENNON

Associate Research Fellow, North America Program

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09/04/2013
By: Gabrielle DURANA

Even though the private sector brings more funding to innovation programs, the role government plays by hosting and/or funding research projects remains key. Only the public sector can pursue the long term projects with no foreseeable profitability that will enable the next industrial...

11/01/2013
By: Alexandra DE HOOP SCHEFFER

In an effort to preserve its global leadership, the United States has engaged in a “double rebalancing”; a geopolitical rebalancing, as illustrated by the “pivot to Asia,” and a rebalancing of means, with the Obama administration increasingly advancing diplomatic and economic negotiations ...

09/10/2012
By: Adi SIRKES

There is a rich history of far-right political parties in Europe. Long-standing parties such as the French Front National (FN), mostly marginalized since World War II, have enjoyed a resurgence since the 1980’s. Under the very recent leadership of Marine Le Pen, the FN has undergone a...

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