Institut Français des Relations Internationales

IFRI

Institut Français des Relations Internationales

Type NGO
Website ifri.org
Wikipedia Wikipedia
Year founded 1979
Headquarters 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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A Strategy for Solving Europe’s Imported Deforestation Problem

IFRI · 19 October 2021 English

The European Union (EU) is the world’s main trader in agricultural products, with imports totalling €142 billion in 2020. These imported agricultural products include commodities – palm oil, beef, cocoa, …


Developments in Japan’s Defense Strategies and Readiness: Is the Glass Half-Full or …

IFRI · 14 October 2021 English

On December 18, 2018, the Japanese government issued its latest National Defense Program Guidelines (NDPG), marking another step in Japan’s defense planning and the readiness of the Japan Self-Defense Force …


The Missing Guest: Energy Efficiency in the Multilateral Energy Arena

IFRI · 12 October 2021 English

Since the 1970s, energy efficiency has gained visibility as a low hanging fruit – its potential impact on critical issues such as climate change, energy security, or competitiveness is now …


Asia-Pacific Mega Trade Deals (RCEP, CPTPP): Which role for the US, and …

IFRI · 11 October 2021 English

While it has long been reluctant to engage in institution-based regional economic integration, East Asia is now home to two mega trade deals: the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific …


Strategic Calculation: High-Performance Computing and Quantum Computing in Europe’s Quest for Technological …

IFRI · 6 October 2021 English

Computing power plays a key role in enabling machine learning, for scientific research, and in the military domain. Therefore, the race for computing power has become a key element of …


A Changing Germany: The Party System tested in the 2021 German Federal …

IFRI · 5 October 2021 English

The German federal elections of September 26, 2021 were marked by the departure of the outgoing chancellor, Angela Merkel, who was not seeking re-election. The scattering of the vote and …


Hypersonic Weapons: What Are the Challenges for the Armed Forces

IFRI · 4 October 2021 English

Hypersonic systems are becoming attributes of power for the states that design and implement them, at the risk of reviving an arms race. In just a few years, hypersonic glide …


Namibia’s Fair-Weather Friends and One All-Weather Friend

IFRI · 29 September 2021 French

The relationship between Namibia and its historical partners has evolved over the last thirty years since Namibian independence. As in many countries, Namibia has been going through transformation, influenced by …


AUKUS Rocks the Boat in the Indo-Pacific, and it's not Good News

IFRI · 29 September 2021 English

For anyone who still harbored doubts, Washington made crystal clear from the announcement of the new trilateral alliance with Australia and the UK (AUKUS) that countering China is its number …


La synergie homme-machine et l'avenir des opérations aériennes

IFRI · 23 September 2021 English

The increasing autonomy and digitization of battlefields implies a re-examination of Man Machine Teaming (MMT). While Artificial Intelligence has significant benefits, the human cognitive system remains unique until this day. …


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