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Before and during his presidential campaign, Nicolas Sarkozy wished to improve the French policy in Africa. Nonetheless, quarrels among « ancient » and « moderns » seem to survive, sending mixed signals:...

By: Didier CHAUDET

The goal of this paper is to analyze the threat of Islamist terrorism in Central Asia, through analysis of what could be termed a real Al Qaeda-like threat: the IMU (Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan) and its splinter cells, which seem to be the real problem in Central Asia.

By: Jean-François SEMPERE

Summary: Economic Partnership Agreements (EPA)are presented by the European Union as a remedy, particularly in Sub-Saharan Africa, to issues such as the Weakness in size of Markets or the Trade weaknesses between the different African economies. However, this new tool is far from...

By: Piotr Maciej KACZYNSKI

In 2009, Europe will celebrate many anniversaries, all of which are of special importance for the new member states. It will be five years since the European Union"s (EU) big bang enlargement of 2004; ten years since the first enlargement of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) to...

Tuesday 03 May 2011
from 13:00 to 14:30 - Dinners and Luncheons

Déjeuner-débat introduit en anglais par Benjamin Augé, Chercheur associé au programme Afrique subsaharienne, IFRI et par Comrade Sunny Ofehe, Président-fondateur de l'ONG : HOPE FOR NIGER DELTA CAMPAIGN (HNDC).

Thursday 14 April 2011
from 09:30 to 18:30 - Conférences

Developing Turkish-Arab relations have certainly become a major trend in the Middle East. AKP's Turkey, who seems to come to terms with the Ottoman heritage, is imposing itself as a diplomatic, economic and cultural power in the Middle East. What role will it play in the current political...

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