Institut Français des Relations Internationales

IFRI

Institut Français des Relations Internationales

Type Research Center
Website ifri.org
Wikipedia Wikipedia
Year founded 1979
Location Paris France France
Budget USD 5M-19M
Functions Advocacy
Funding sources Corporations, Governments or multi-govt organizations, Individual citizens
Tags health environment energy migration economics climate governance social policy international affairs defense and security technology and innovation
Summary IFRI is a nonpartisan center with the dual purpose of studying major foreign policy issues and encouraging intellectual debate, international cooperation, and interaction in an unofficial setting. As both a research center and a forum for meetings and debate, IFRI's field of study and action comprehensively covers the political, economic, and strategic dimensions of international relations. IFRI assembles a continually updated stock of information and documentation and aims to improve people's understanding of an increasingly complex environment and provide a basis for more informed decision-making. The institute helps sensitize French society to international problems by fostering dialogue between business, political, civil service, academic, student, and media circles and presents and explains French debates and policies to interested foreigners.


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IFRI · 23 June 2022

Germany, despite the reluctance of its public opinion, is committed to supporting security in the Sahel, notably through its participation in the European Union Training Mission in Mali (EUTM) and …


IFRI · 21 June 2022

The "metaverse", at the heart of the strategy of large digital companies such as Facebook (Meta), does not yet exist and it will take decades to build it. This briefing …


IFRI · 15 June 2022

This study highlights the particular situation of the Mbororo minority, which has settled in the Northwest English-speaking province that is more conducive to livestock farming than the Southwest. Since the …


IFRI · 8 June 2022

The Far North region of Cameroon has been shaken since 2013 by the Boko Haram conflict, which originated in the northeast of Nigeria (Borno State) and spans four countries (Nigeria, …


IFRI · 7 June 2022

The outbreak of war in Ukraine dealt a shock to energy markets. The European Union has suddenly grasped the true cost of its dependence on Russian hydrocarbons and, since then, …


IFRI · 7 June 2022

We have reentered the world of war. In its first special report, Politique étrangère offers a range of in-depth analyses of the military and political dynamics at work in a …


IFRI · 25 May 2022

Increasingly, the South West Africa People’ Organization (SWAPO) is on shaky ground, caught between internal factionalism and external resentment. Whereas no major new political party has emerged since independence, opposition …


IFRI · 24 May 2022

While the automatization of machines is part of an already long historical, conceptual and technical trajectory, the exponential progress of artificial intelligence techniques, robotics and their military applications suggest the …


IFRI · 23 May 2022

How have both the private and public sectors in Taiwan sought to mitigate the challenges posed by the reform agenda for global supply chains (GSCs)? Participation in GSCs has long …


IFRI · 18 May 2022

Laying the foundation for the Eighth Tokyo International Conference on African Development (TICAD), Japanese Foreign Minister Yoshimasa Hayashi held talks on 28 March 2022 with ministers from 50 African nations. …


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