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Africa Program

Our e-notes

Gas in Mozambique a High-risk Economic Revolution

Benjamin AUGE

Note de l'Ifri, juin 2014

  Since oil was discovered in Uganda in 2006, East Africa has been an arena for a race in the exploration for hydro-carbons. Yet the oil reserves in Uganda, the more recent and modest ones in Kenya and the few pockets of gas in Ethiopia are on...

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L'aide de l'Union européenne : du développement à la sécurité, l'exemple du Fonds européen de développement

Dominique LECOMPTE, Thierry VIRCOULON

Note de l'Ifri, juin 2014

  Au fil de son développement institutionnel et de la multiplication de ses activités, l’Union européenne (UE) a eu tendance à empiler plutôt qu’à rationaliser ses politiques, en...

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Our books

Le Maghreb et son Sud : vers des liens renouvelés

Mansouria MOKHEFI et Alain ANTIL (dir.)

CNRS Editions / Ifri, décembre 2012

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China's presence in Africa: interests and practices

Valérie NIQUET, Sylvain TOUATI

Les études, décembre 2011

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Created at the end of 2007, the Ifri Sub-Saharan Africa program aims at producing a detailed and qualitative analysis of the African continent, tracking its transversal dynamics and analyzing its economic, social, political and security transformations. 
Designed to renew the keys for understanding and provide food for thought in order to enrich the public debate, the program expertise also aims at being a tool made to help political and economic actors shape their policies as regards to the continent. Events of various types are organized as a complement to the production of analytic papers (notes, researches) in order to lead the different public space spheres (academic, political, economic and civil society ones) to get in touch and exchange analysis tool and  visions on the continent. 
Our areas of research
The program research is centered around three themes
(1) Social and economic mutations of Africa
 (2) Africa in international relations
(3) Security issues
For more information, click here. 
Our publications
The Sub-Saharan Africa program regularly publishes analytical texts in different formats. All of them are available online for free, both on the website and on the Scribd platform.
* The Ifri Notes, policy-oriented texts of around twenty pages tackling different issues related to the program
* The studies and books, long works, which contribution enrich the academic research focused on international relations
* The “Actuelles”/Realtime papers, brief papers in direct drive to the international news
Our research workers regularly publish short reviews on the blog of the program: afriquedecryptages.wordpress.com
Moreover, they regularly contribute to the flagship Ifri publications: Ramses and Politique étrangère. 
Our events
Various types of events are often set up by the program
* Conferences open to the public, in which high-level experts and well-known figures are invited
* Closed and technical seminars meant to African specialists
* Meetings with top international figures
Find out the planning of our events
Our staff
Composed of three permanent members and five associate researcher workers, the program staff is multidisciplinary and benefits from an advanced knowledge of the field.

Created at the end of 2007, the Ifri Sub-Saharan Africa program aims at producing a detailed and qualitative analysis of the African continent, tracking its transversal dynamics and analyzing its economic, social, political and security transformations. Designed to renew the keys for understanding and provide food for thought to enrich public debate, the program expertise also aims at being a tool to help political and economic actors shape their policies as regards to the continent. Events of various types are organized as a complement to the production of analytic papers (notes, researches) in order to lead the different public space spheres (academic, political, economic and civil society ones) to get in touch and exchange analysis tools and visions on the continent. 

Donwload the program flyer
Download our Annual Report 2013


OUR AREAS OF RESEARCH

The program research is centered around three themes:

(1) Social and economic mutations of Africa 
(2) Africa in international relations
(3) Security issues

For more information, click here. 


OUR PUBLICATIONS

The Sub-Saharan Africa program regularly publishes analytical texts in different formats. All of them are available online for free, both on the website and on the Scribd platform.

• The Ifri Notes, policy-oriented texts of around twenty pages tackling different issues related to the program;
• The Studies and books, long works, which contribution enrich the academic research focused on international relations;
• The “Actuelles”, brief papers in direct drive to the international news.

Our research workers regularly publish short reviews on the blog of the program:
afriquedecryptages.wordpress.com

Moreover, they regularly contribute to the flagship Ifri publications: RAMSES and Politique étrangère


OUR EVENTS

Various types of events are often set up by the program:

• Conferences open to the public, in which high-level experts and well-known figures are invited;
Closed and technical seminars meant for African specialists;
Meetings with top international figures

Find out the planning of our events.


OUR STAFF

Composed of three permanent members and five associate research fellows, the program staff is multidisciplinary and benefits from an advanced knowledge of the field.

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