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 · 22 November 2022 French

We have made considerable progress in twelve years and the new European Union targets change the scale of renewables, facilitating the electrification of uses. Renewable energies must be pushed to …


IFRI · 4 November 2022

In the context of growing regional rivalries between major powers in the Indian Ocean, the stakes of Sino-Malagasy relations are major. As elsewhere in Africa, China occupies a prominent place …


IFRI · 3 November 2022

Back in September 2021, the announcement of AUKUS – the defense partnership between Australia, the United Kingdom (UK) and the United States (US) was a shock to Paris. Not only …


IFRI · 24 October 2022

The blame for committing the blunder of starting the war with Ukraine is deservedly placed on President Vladimir Putin, but a single-explanation interpretation of the unfolding disaster is unsatisfactory. Russia’s …


IFRI · 21 October 2022

The COP26, held at the end of 2021 in Glasgow, was emphatically heralded as “the last best hope for the world to get its act together”. Many elements are pointing …


IFRI · 18 October 2022

The signing of the AUKUS partnership agreement between Australia, the United States and the United Kingdom in September 2021 seems to have reconstituted a natural coalition between “Anglo-Saxon” states. This …


IFRI · 17 October 2022

The Pacific Islands Countries (PICs) were the first to ratify the Paris climate agreement in 2015. Indeed, for them, climate change has had very concrete implications for years. Islanders have …


IFRI · 15 October 2022

As the 20th national congress of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) draws closer, this is an opportune moment to appraise China’s economic achievements over the past decade under President Xi …


IFRI · 13 October 2022

The EU’s basic assumptions, on which it grounds its economic and trade power, are being steadily cast into doubt. The EU’s main trade partners, the US and China, increasingly set …


IFRI · 12 October 2022

In line with the anti-Huawei diplomatic campaign of the Trump and Biden administrations, the United States has promoted an alternative : Open RAN, a concept defined by "open" network architectures. …


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