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.