Over the past six years, a subdivided though very centralised mecanism for Russian-German cooperation has been forming. This mecanism has enabled many issues within bilateral relations to be resolved, but at the same time contributed to growing alienation between officiel attitudes and the...
Foreign Policy and Security
This branch of research analyses the relations of Russia and the New Independent States with the rest of the world, with a special focus on security issues.
From Plans to Substance: EU-Russia Relations During the British Presidency "Russie.Nei.Visions", No. 5, August 2005
Moscow's relationships with both Brussels and London have been bumpy. Nonetheless, recent progress in EU-Russie relations suggests the potential for refashioning the 'strategic partnership' in a more realistic manner. The UK's priorities are to build on the successes of the Luxembourg...
A Wait and See Position? The EU Strategy towards Russia Matériaux pour l'histoire de notre temps, no. 76, (December 2004): 48-53
This content is published in French: Différer pour mieux attendre ? La stratégie de l'Union européenne à l'égard de la Russie (1997-2003)
French-Russian Relations: A View from Moscow Paris : Ifri, 2002. - 84 p. (Notes de l'Ifri, n° 41). Foreword by Dominique David.
This 'Note' is based on interviews of Russian academics, experts and diplomats. It shows the manner in which post-Cold War Russians preceive France-Russia bilateral relations.
Russia's Security Relations with the West after Kosovo and Chechnya Paris : Ifri, 2000. - 48 p. (Transatlantic Series), (Notes de l'Ifri, No.19)
This study analyzes the new relationship between Russia and Western countries since the beginning of the 1990s.