IFRI


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IFRIInternational Forestry Resources and Institutions (University of Michigan)
IFRIInstitut Français de Relations Internationales (French foreign relations organisation)
IFRIInternational Forensic Research Institute (Florida International University)
IFRIInternational Financial Risk Institute
IFRIInland Fisheries Research Institute (Philippines)
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La deconstruction europeenne', Politique etrangeres 4:2011, IFRI, Paris, 20, www.
4) Christophe-Alexandre Paillard, "Gazprom, the Fastest Way to Energy Suicide," IFRI, Russie NEI/ Visions 17 (March 2007), http://www.
The Energy Program Editorial (Paris: IFRI, 2007); see www.
1994, Perceptions de securite et strategies nationales au Moyen-Orient, IFRI research papers, Paris.
Le premier element [beaucoup moins que]IMI[beaucoup plus grand que] est tres utilise dans la toponymie amazighe (IMI N TANOUT : la bouche du puit, IMI N IFRI : le seuil de la grotte-).
The IFRI is a leading, independent French Think-tank, which advocates collective reflection process and brings together decision-makers to examine on current challenges with a view to improving global governance in all its dimensions.
EnC director Neykov will speak in Brussels on 1 June at an event organised by the French foreign relations institute IFRI.
The fifth enlargement of the EU, five years on: The case of Poland and the Czech Republic', Piotr Maciej Kaczynski, IFRI, Europe Visions No.
The two presidents will use the occasion to hold a bilateral meeting," over a lunch following the closing ceremony, IFRI Executive Director Dominique David said.
Mr Kasoulides will give a lecture at the French Institute of Foreign Relations IFRI (Institute Francais des Relations Internationales), one of the most important think tanks of France, on [beaucoup moins que]Geopolitics of Eastern Mediterranean, the Cypriot approach[beaucoup plus grand que].
This breakfast roundtable, organised by the French foreign affairs institute IFRI, examines the issue of rare raw materials, particularly those used for high technologies products such as wind turbines, electronic consumer goods, nanotechnologies, clean vehicles batteries, motors and various military applications.