IMPORTANT NOTICE


This selection of analyses and forecasts from around the web aims at triggering an open policy debate and does not constitute an endorsement of the authors, organizations and views expressed.​​



                    WESTERN HEMISPHERE

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​Le bilan de la politique étrangère du gouvernement Harper

By Rémi Descheyer
Institut Français des Relations Internationales – February 10, 2016


Politiques énergétique et climatique des États-Unis durant des deux mandats de Barack Obama

By Sophie Meritet & Stéphanie Monjon
Institut Français des Relations Internationales – February 9, 2016


Transatlantic Rifts: Asia-Pacific Scenario Case Study

By Xenia Wickett & Jacob Parakilas
Royal Institute of International Affairs – February 3, 2016


Zika Is Not the New Ebola

By Michael Edelstein & Brian McCloskey
Royal Institute of International Affairs – January 29, 2016


The Zika Virus Isn't Just an Epidemic. It's Here to Stay

By Laurie Garrett
Council on Foreign Relations – January 28, 2016


Will Foreign Policy Be a Major Issue in the 2016 Election ? Here's What We Know

By Elizabeth N. Saunders
Council on Foreign Relations – January 26, 2016


Amérique latine : de Chikungunya à Zika l'autre alternance

By Jean-Jacques Kourliandsky
Institut des Relations Internationales et Stratégiques – January 25, 2016


Opportunities for US Engagement in Latin America

By Shannon K. O'Neill
Council on Foreign Relations – January 21, 2016 


Chavez's Revenge: The New Venezuelan Assembly's Rough Start

By Peter Wilson
Foreign Affairs – January 6, 2016


Brazil's Foreign Policy Failures: The End of The Country's Regional Ambitions

By Roberto Simon
Foreign Affairs – January 5, 2016​



                      ASIA-PACIFIC



Corée du Nord : les essais (nucléaire et ballistique) de Monsieur Kim

ou le pari (dangereux) de l'impunité


By Olivier Guillard
Institut des Relations Internationales et Stratégiques – February 12, 2016


Japan's Challenges in Public Diplomacy, An American Vision

By Nancy Snow
Institut Français des Relations Internationales – February 10, 2016


Why India's Economy is at the Head of the Pack

By Sebastian Mallaby
Council on Foreign Relations – February 10, 2016


US-ASEAN Relations: Hiding in Plain Sight

By James L. Schoff
Carnegie Endowment for International Peace – February 10, 2016

Le Format « 16+1 » : la nouvelle coopération entre seize pays d'Europe centrale et orientale et la Chine

By Dorota Richard
Institut des Relations Internationales et Stratégiques – February 8, 2016


The Absence of Consensus: DPRK Provocations and the UNSCRs Since 2006

By Victor Cha
Center for Strategic and International Studies – February 8, 2016


Birmanie : un pas supplémentaire (décisif?) pour la démocratie

By Olivier Guillard
Institut des Relations Internationales et Stratégiques – February 5, 2016


Freedom of Navigation Ops Risk Trouble in South China Sea

By Bill Hayton
Royal Institute of International Affairs – February 3, 2016


Elections législatives anticipées au Kazakhstan : quels enjeux ?

By Samuel Carcanague
Institut des Relations Internationales et Stratégiques – February 1, 2016


Why China Hacks the World

By Adam Segal
Council on Foreign Relations – January 31, 2016


Vietnam: The Old Guard Strikes Back

By Bill Hayton
Royal Institute of International Affairs – January 29, 2016


The Strange Tale of Sino-Pakistani Friendship

By Daniel S. Markey
Council on Foreign Relations – January 28, 2016


Maintaining Peace Accross Taiwan Strait Can Benefit All

By Douglas H. Paal
Carnegie Endowment for International Peace – China Daily, January 21, 2016


China-Korea: A Complex China-ROK Partnership

By Scott A. Snyder and See-won Byun
Council on Foreign Relations – January 21, 2016


L'APL : une force en mutation

By Valérie Niquet
Fondation pour la Recherche Stratégique – January 18, 2016


US-Japan Relations: Official Cooperation, Domestic Challenges

By Sheila A. Smith and Charles McClean
Council on Foreign Relations – January 15, 2016 


China's “Undeterred” Strategy on the South China Sea: A Challenge for the U.S. 

By Preeti Nalwa
Center for Strategic and International Studies – January 7, 2016


Nuclear Doctrines and Stable Strategic Relationships: The Case of South Asia

By Mahesh Shankar & T. V. Paul
Royal Institute of International Affairs – January, 2016


China's Reaction to North Korea's Nuclear Test

By Bonnie S. Glaser
Center for Strategic and International Studies – January 6, 2016


North Korea's Nuclear Provocation

By Rebecca Hersman
Center for Strategic and International Studies – January 6, 2016 


Pivotal Moment

By Joshua Kurlantzick
Council on Foreign Relations / Democracy Journal – January 5, 2016​​


                    EUROPE​


Chute du cours des hydrocarbures : la sécurité énergétique européenne en danger ?

By Mikaël Lefèvre
Institut des Relations Internationales et Stratégiques – February 15, 2016


Brexit and the Special Relationship

By Richard N. Haass
Council on Foreign Relations – Project Syndicate, February 15, 2016


Laurent Fabius : quel bilan ?

By Pascal Boniface
Institut des Relations Internationales et Stratégiques – February 11, 2016


Dispatch From the Turkish Border: Syrians Waiting in Vain for the World

By Gayle Tzemach Lemmon
Council on Foreign Relations – Defence One, February 10, 2016


La nouvelle stratégie de sécurité nationale de la Fédération de Russie

By Isabelle Facon
Fondation pour la Recherche Stratégique – February 10, 2016


Evaluating Future US Army Force Posture in Europe (Phase I Report)

By Kathleen H. Hicks and Heather A. Conley (dir.)
Center for Strategic and International Studies – February 4, 2016


How The Refugee Crisis Will Reshape The EU

By Stefan Lehne
Carnegie Endowment for International Peace – February 4, 2016


L'Union européenne dans le jeu centrasiatique : un rôle mesuré

By Samuel Carcanague
Institut des Relations Internationales et Stratégiques – February 3, 2016


The Forced Evolution of Europe's Tactical Nuclear Capability

By Justin Bronk
Royal United Services Institute – February 1, 2016


Defence Budgets and Cooperation in Europe: Developments, Trends and Drivers

By Olivier de France, Alessandro Marrone, Daniele Fattibene (dir.)

Institut des Relations Internationales et Stratégiques & others – February 1, 2016


EU Global Strategy: A Transformed Security Landscape

By Sinan Ülgen
Carnegie Endowment for International Peace – EUISS, February 1, 2016


L'Allemagne et le Partenariat Oriental après la crise en Ukraine

By Liana Fix and Anna-Lena Kirch
Institut Français des Relations Internationales – January 29, 2016


Forces terrestres et réassurance : quelles options pour l'Alliance ?

By Guillaume Lasconjarias
Institut Français des Relations Internationales – January 29, 2016


NATO's Nuclear Policy As Part of a Revitalized Deterrence Strategy

By Jeffrey Rathke and Simon de Galbert
Center for Strategic and International Studies – January 27, 2016


L'Eglise orthodoxe : entre équation géopolitique et concile

By Nicolas Kazarian
Institut des Relations Internationales et Stratégiques – January 21, 2016


Développement de l'Islam dans les Balkans : quelle réalité ?

By Loic Trégourès
Institut des Relations Internationales et Stratégiques – January 22, 2016


Politique de l'immigration en Russie : nouveaux enjeux et outils

By Lioubov Bisson
Institut Français des Relations Internationales - January 20, 2016


Governing Cyberspace: A Road Map for Transatlantic Leadership

By Sinan Ülgen
Carnegie Endowment for International Peace – January 18, 2016 


From Ostpolitik to “Frostpolitik”? Merkel, Putin and German Foreign Policy Towards Russia

By Tuomas Forsberg 
Royal Institute of International Affairs – January, 2016


Public-Private Partnerships In National Cyber Security Strategy

By Madeline Carr
Royal Institute of International Affairs – January 2016


Russian Hybrid Warfare and Extended Deterrence in Eastern Europe

By Alexander Lanoszka
Royal Institute of International Affairs – January 2016 


Poroshenko, Corruption, and Stalled Political Progress in Ukraine

By Taras Kuvio
Foreign Affairs – January 7, 2016



                         ​MIDDLE EAST


Let Syria Have A Voice

By Kholoud Mansour
Royal Institute of International Affairs – March 2016


Syrie : la métaphore d'un monde nouveau

By Dominique David
Institut Français des Relations Internationales – February 16, 2016


Are We Seeing Palestine's Spring At Long Last ?

By Nathan J. Brown and Daniel Nerenberg
Carnegie Endowment for International Peace – February 12, 2016


Syrie : la multiplication des initiative diplomatiques se heurte à la réalité des rapports de force

By Dider Billon
Institut des Relations Internationales et Stratégiques – February 12, 2016


Erdogan Denouces US Position On The PYD

By Bulent Aliriza
Center for Strategic and International Studies – February 10, 2016


The Next Front Against ISIS

By Frederic Wehrey and Wolfram Lacher
Carnegie Endowment for International Peace – February 7, 2016


Humanitarian Action Runs into Dismal Reality for Syria and Its Neighbors

By Doris Carrion and Tim Eaton
Royal Institute of International Affairs – February 5, 2016


Les enjeux du projet de révision constitutionnelle en Algérie

By Kader Abderrahim
Institut des Relations Internationales et Stratégiques – February 4, 2016


The Saudi-Iranian Rift Forces a Difficult Decision on Moscow

By Nikolay Kozhanov
Royal Institute of International Affairs – February 3, 2016


The Human Cost of War in the Middle East: A Graphic Overview

By Anthony H. Cordesman
Center for Strategic and International Studies – February 3, 2016


Loyalties and Group Formation in the Lebanese Officer Corps

By Nayla Moussa
Carnegie Endowment for International Peace – February 3, 2016


Falling Oil Prices, The Saudis and The Soviets

By Stephen Sestanovich
Council on Foreign Relations – January 31, 2016


New Order Or Disorder For Libya

By Zachary Laub
Council on Foreign Relations – January 29, 2016


Nuclear Energy's Future in The Middle East and North Africa

By Carole Nakhle
Carnegie Endowment for International Peace – January 28, 2016


Israel et la crise syrienne : Tel-Aviv face à ses « lignes rouges »

By Elisabeth Marteu
Fondation pour la Recherche Stratégique – January 28, 2016


Syria's Agonizing Diplomatic Path

By Philipp H. Gordon
Council on Foreign Relations – January 22, 2016


The Gulf Cooperation Council's Shifting Security Priorities

By Michael Stephens
Royal United Services Institute – January 22, 2016


Iran's Emergence From Sanctions

By Charlie Robertson
Royal United Services Institute – January 22, 2016


How Can War-Torn Yemen Find Peace?

By Farea Al-Muslimi
Carnegie Endowment for International Peace – January 21, 2016


US Strategy and Policy in the Middle East

By Philipp H. Gordon
Council on Foreign Relations – January 20, 2016


Iran After Implementation Day

By Anthony H. Cordesman
Center for Strategic and International Studies – January 17, 2016


The Egyptian Restoration

By Marc Lynch & Scott Malcolmson
Carnegie Endowment for International Peace – January 15, 2016


What Saudi Arabia's Spat With Iran Means for the U.S.

By Robert M. Danin
Council on Foreign Relations – January 6, 2016


Externalizing the Burden of War: the Obama Doctrine and the U.S. Foreign Policy

in the Middle East

By Andreas Krieg
Royal Institute of International Affairs – January 2016


Putin's Power Play in Syria: How To Respond To Russia's Intervention

By Angela Stent
Foreign Affairs – January 6, 2016​



                    AFRICA


Le Nigéria : de Goodluck Jonathan à Muhammadu Buhari

By John Campbell
French Institute of International Relations – December 18, 2015


Slow Progress for South Africa's “Born-Free” Generation

By Benjamin Auge
Council on Foreign Relations – December 18, 2015


Identifier les classes moyennes africaines :

Diversité, spécificités et pratiques de consommation sous contrainte

By Clélie Lallet
French Institute of International Relations – December 8, 2015


Nigeria’s Booming Borders: The Drivers and Consequences of Unrecorded Trade

By Leena Koni Hoffmann & Paul Melly
Royal Institute of International Affairs – December 7, 2015


Beyond Blame: Shaping a New African Agenda on Climate Change

By Bob Dewar
Royal Institute of International Affairs – November 24, 2015


After the Ebola Catastrophe

By J. Stephen Morrison
Center for Strategic and International Studies – November 16, 2015


Responding to the Closing of Democratic Space

By Shannon N. Green
Center for Strategic and International Studies – November 16, 2015


Food Insecurity, Conflict, and Stability

By Kimberly Flowers
Center for Strategic and International Studies – November 16, 2015


Africa's Wildlife Poaching and Trafficking Crisis

By Jennifer G. Cooke & Derek Schlickeisen
Center for Strategic and International Studies – November 16, 2015


Authoritarianism in Eritrea and the Migrant Crisis

By Zachary Laub
Council on Foreign Relations– November 11, 2015


Africa and Europe Need Coherent Policies on African Migration

By Dr Gita Honwana Welch
Royal Institute of International Affairs – November 5, 2015
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