Fil d’info. L’actualité des think tanks européens en un coup d’oeil

(B2) Pour avoir en un coup d’œil, une vision des dernières publications de plusieurs think-tanks actifs sur les questions stratégiques. NB : Cette liste sera complétée ultérieurement. N’hésitez pas à nous glisser dans la case commentaire, les noms à rajouter (et leur fil RSS).

EU ISS European Union Institute for Security Studies – Paris

  • Conflict prevention in Mozambique • This Brief demonstrates how a ‘pivot’ to conflict prevention in foreign assistance to Mozambique is needed, adjusting international donors’ support towards more targeted conflict-prevention objectives, and balancing the need for conflict sensitivity with the imperative of effective... read more
  • Iceberg ahead! Rethinking conflict prevention • This Brief launches a new EUISS series on conflicts, by focusing on the renewed attention to prevention in international peacebuilding at a time when the human and economic costs of violent conflict keep rising.read more
  • Global Trends To 2030 – Challenges and Choices for Europe

    The next decade will be defining for the future of Europe and Europe’s role in the world. This ESPAS report is a contribution to support policy- and decision-makers as they navigate the world into 2030.

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  • Florence Gaub in Politico

    Florence Gaub wrote an article entitled 'EU reform, Marie Kondo-style'.
    Politico

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  • Preventing the re-emergence of chemical weapons • This Brief is the first of a triptych on the ways the international community has responded to the new developments to preserve and strengthen the norm against CW use. It first offers a short historical overview of chemical warfare, followed by a review of resurgent use of toxic agents. It next intr... read more

IFRI Institut français des relations internationales – Paris Fil Rss tronqué

IHEDN Institut des hautes études de défense nationale – Paris

IRIS Institut de Relations Internationales et Stratégiques – Paris

Carnegie Endowment for International Peace – Brussels

Clingendael Institute – La Haye

Institut Egmont – Bruxelles

GRIP – Bruxelles