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l’Union Européenne : principal obstacle au rêve de puissance russe

Alfredo Valladao | Mon, 22 May 2017

Ce podcast est présenté par Alfredo Valladao, Senior Fellow à l'ocp policy center. A l'instar de sa dernière contribution dans le livre "dialogues strategiques", M. Valladao analyse les rapports entre l'union européenne, l'alliance atlantique et la Russie à travers une réflexion sur plusieurs décennies, tout en traitant du contexte actuel, et ce depuis l'élection de M. DONALD Trump à la tête des États Unis.

Presentation of the Research Paper: MOROCCO-BRAZIL ECONOMIC RELATIONS: Current situation and strategies for a deeper relationship

Sandra Polónia Rios | Wed, 14 Jun 2017

This podcast, performed by Sandra Polónia Rios (Director, CINDES), presents the outputs of the recent Research Paper produced in the framework of the OCP Policy Center partnership, on the current economic situation and strategies for a deeper relationship between Morocco and Brazil. The research paper aims to provide technical elements to support a revision of the current state of the art and to devise a strategy to improve and to deepen the bilateral economic relations. Departing from the current situation, this research paper presents a roadmap to improve and to deepen the bilateral economic relations, with a focus on the negotiations of trade and investment agreements.

Présentation ARCADIA : l’Afrique et les marchés mondiaux de matières premières

Yves Jégourel | Fri, 09 Jun 2017

Ce podcast est présenté par M. Yves Jégourel. L’OCP Policy Center et le Cercle CyclOpe organisent la présentation de la deuxième édition d’ARCADIA, Annual Report on Commodity Analytics and Dynamics in Africa , un ouvrage de 270 pages, rédigé par les deux institutions et dédié spécialement aux marchés des matières premières en Afrique. A cette occasion, M. Yves Jégourel nous présente le rapport et le fruit de ses recherches et analyses.

Evolving trends in the international system and contemporary security challenges

Malcolm Chalmers | Fri, 26 May 2017

This podcast is performere by Professor Malcolm Chalmers. Deputy-director of the RUSI, Mr. Chalmers defines and discusses the concept of shocks in international relations. He also analyses the EU’s situation following the Brexit vote and the way this highlights the complexity of multilateralism in regional politics. Finally, he outlines some global contemporary challenges to European and to the international security.

Reviving Multilateral Security Dialogue in the MENA: Finding the Hard, but Possible, Compromise

Emiliano Alessandri | Fri, 05 May 2017

This podcast is performere by Mr. Eamiliano Alessandri. While possible, prospects for repairing existing fractures through multilateral dialogue and compromise have become elusive as crises in the region persist. There are quite a few unfavorable conditions hindering the emergence of some form of multilateral security process: areas of hot conflict have widened in recent years making violence almost endemic in the region, in countries like Syria, Iraq, Yemen and Libya; the Middle East peace process is in a stalemate and already thin trust between the Israeli and Palestinian leaderships is all but gone as both have become more contested among respective constituencies and less respected abroad; in some countries, the social contract seems to be breaking after a failed Arab Spring, challenging government authority even in places like Tunisia where a fragile democratic transition audaciously continues despite growing socio-economic discontent and a deteriorating security situation; some other MENA states have become weaker as a result of chronic violence and dysfunctional governance; while non-Arab states, from Turkey to Iran, have seen an opportunity to expand their clout in a Middle East in flux, even if themselves under great pressure, extra-regional actors have never appeared more divided about the course to follow, or more distracted by other priorities.

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