Sahel’s Security Crisis: the Fragile (Im)balance
Guillaume Soto-Mayor's Analysis
The security context in the Sahel becomes increasingly insecure, amidst multiple electoral processes and increased EU funding. Is the the region nearing a tipping point?
Covid-19 the Clarifier
The Impact of the Virus on France's Foreign Policy
Now is the time for Europeans to use all their room for manoeuvre - less restricted than is often said - to take the initiative on a range of issues that shape the way the world evolves.
China Trends #7
The shrinking margins for debate
China Trends #7 by Institut Montaigne
Boris Johnson, the Antithesis of Margaret Thatcher?
Analysis by Dominique Moïsi
They may have led the same political party, but everything else places Boris Johnson as the polar opposite of his revered Conservative predecessor, Margaret Thatcher.
Taking up Space: NATO, Nations and the Rest
Analysis of Victoria Samson
NATO’s latest announcement to open a space center in Ramstein Germany, prompted us to ask a number of questions about NATO’s space capabilities, and the vision of some of today’s key space players.
Seine-Saint-Denis:A French Suburb's Quest for Employment and Inclusion
Stuck between notoriety and opportunity, Seine-Saint-Denis is not just a regular suburb.