Cross-border data flows govern almost everything we do today. States are facing a dilemma between protection of their data and benefits from free-flow. Europe faces a challenge from the US, the dominating actor in the digital world, and a threat from China’s authoritarian model. Europe must make choices to strengthen its position in the digital field.
AI is a unique opportunity for France and Europe to position itself as a leader in safe and trustworthy AI.
Economic security is an important notion that provides strategic coherence and clarity to the set of defensive, pro-innovation and (so far timid) pro-industry steps that the EU has been taking. It could also provide a convincing selling point to gain wider support across the EU for bolder public policies, including in the area of trade, in a way to guarantee European prosperity and resilience.
China Trends #15 by Institut Montaigne.
This second edition of the barometer is a compass to better understand the impact of production taxes on competitiveness in France and in Europe.
How to create a concrete and ambitious climate club including Europe and Northeast Asia?
China Trends #14 by Institut Montaigne.
François Godement, Institut Montaigne’s Senior Advisor for Asia, assesses the characteristics and flaws of China’s stimulus plan, and of the overall Chinese economic model.
11 recommendations to implement measures against energy insecurity for the most vulnerable populations.
China Trends #13 by Institut Montaigne.
How should Europe respond to the implications of its entanglement with China? Can Europe avoid a costly decoupling from China and maintain mutually beneficial ties while remaining true to itself, to its values and interests?
China Trends #12 by Institut Montaigne.
Europe faces a long-term resilience and competitiveness challenge, for which it has two main tools to act: industrial policies and controls over technology transfers.