Institute francais des relations internationals

Founding Year: 1979

Staff: 71

Budget: €6.783m (2019)

Thierry de Montbrial (Founder-Executive Chairman)

The Institute francais des relations internationals “is a think tank dedicated to international affairs” aiming to gather “decision-makers and researchers to develop research and debate on major contemporary international issues.” Hence, its policy-oriented research seeks to “identify important trends and explore key issues for its partners and supporters. In this way, Ifri participates in the affirmation of France’s position on the international scene and in the debate of international ideas.”

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Institute francais des relations internationals contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals


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