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π Geopolitics π Energy

The switch to electric cars increases our dependence on China

María Eugenia Sanin, Lecturer in Economics at Université Paris Saclay and Research Associate at École Polytechnique (IP Paris), Olivier Perrin, Partner in the energy, resources and industry sector at Deloitte

On September 26th, 2023
4 min reading time

China's central involvement in the manufacture of batteries raises the question of economic dependence.

π Economics π Geopolitics

How to regulate circular economy at the international level?

Catherine Chevauché, chair of the ISO Circular Economy Technical Committee

On May 10th, 2023
3 min reading time
π Economics π Geopolitics

War in Ukraine: how to forecast the impact on the world economy?

Raul Sampognaro, economist in the analysis and forecasting department of the OFCE

On April 5th, 2023
4 min reading time

Raul Sampognaro, an economist at OFCE, has worked on the impact of the war in Ukraine on the economic activity of six countries.

π Energy π Geopolitics π Industry

Immense remaining oil reserves and the challenge of reducing consumption

Antoine Le Solleuz, Director of Studies at the École des Mines de Nancy, Olivier Gantois, Executive Chairman of Ufip Energies and Mobilities

On January 17th, 2023
5 min reading time
π Geopolitics

Splinternet: how geopolitics is fracturing cyberspace

Asma Mhalla, Specialist in the Geopolitics of the Digital Economy

On January 17th, 2023
5 min reading time

Cyberspace has become a battleground for power struggles between nations, leading to a fracturing of the global network. It can be used as a weapon of war between countries.

π Geopolitics π Society

How authoritarian regimes threaten democracies

Dominique Reynié, Professor at Sciences Po and Director General of the Foundation for Political Innovation

On January 3rd, 2023
5 min reading time

Today democracies are in a “perilous situation” and must compete with non-democratic systems