IFRI

Institute Français des Relations Internationales

Type NGO
Name in English French Institute of International Relations
Website ifri.org
Year founded 1979
Headquarters Paris France France
Functions Advocacy
Tags governance international affairs
Summary Founded (1979) and chaired by Thierry de Montbrial, Ifri is the leading independent research and debate institution in France dedicated to the analysis of international issues and global governance.

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La stratégie de souveraineté minérale américaine : une mobilisation tous azimuts

IFRI · 31 March 2021 English

The Trump administration has been very actively designing and implementing a new strategy for reliable supply of critical minerals which aims at reducing the country’s vulnerabilities and becoming a leader …


Toward a New German Foreign Policy. Stepping Into the 21st Century

IFRI · 30 March 2021 English

To adapt its foreign policy to new challenges, Germany must overcome certain taboos inherited from its history. When Angela Merkel became chancellor in 2005, the world could still be called …


The Car, Achilles' heel of the German industry?

IFRI · 25 March 2021 English

Since 2018, the global automotive market is shrinking. This economic sector is key for Germany whose car producers belong to the Top 15 car producers worldwide. Yet they are running …


Central African Social Media at the Dawn of the Elections : An …

IFRI · 24 March 2021 English

Although the Central African Republic remains a very weakly connected country with an Internet penetration rate of 14% in 2020, citizens begin to appropriate the use of social networks. Largely …


Post-Nkurunziza : The Total Supremacy of The CNDD-FDD

IFRI · 17 March 2021 English

Despite the coronavirus pandemic and the passing of president Pierre Nkurunziza on June 8, 2020, the election cycle (presidential, legislative, senatorial, communal and hillside elections) have been upheld and went …


The EU-Japan partnership in the Indo-Pacific: opportunities and challenges

IFRI · 15 March 2021 English

This paper analyses the common and divergent interests of Japan and the EU in the Indo-Pacific and identifies the most promising areas for cooperation. In recent years Europeans have reassessed …


Why Should NATO Care About China? A Japanese Perspective

IFRI · 11 March 2021 English

When we look back and think about some of the decisive moments in the West’s attitude towards China, it is rather symbolic that all goes back to Tiananmen Square, 1989. …


Baden-Württemberg under Green Leadership – Balance Sheet of Two Government Periods under …

IFRI · 10 March 2021 English

Baden-Württemberg's economic and social structure offered good starting conditions for center-right parties from the beginning, which the Christian Democratic Union of Germany (CDU) initially knew how to use for itself. …


Cyber-influence : les nouveaux enjeux de la lutte informationnelle

IFRI · 9 March 2021 English

The coming of age of a digital “info sphere” has dramatically changed the nature of military information support strategy. Though information operations are as old as war itself, armed forces …


Chinese Diplomacy: from “Fighting Spirit” to “Warrior Wolf”

IFRI · 8 March 2021 English

The COVID-19 pandemic has led China to develop aggressive communication, with diplomatic missions using social media extensively to spread a positive image of Chinese achievements and to criticize Western countries. …


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