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The Quiet Frenchman: Why François Hollande is Staying Silent on Brexit

Andrew Glencross ·

European heads of state and government meet in Brussels 18-19 February 2016 to discuss the terms of a proposed renegotiation of Britain’s relationship with the EU. The UK’s future hangs on these talks. Success or failure in getting a deal will sway the evenly divided and poorly-informed British public in the forthcoming referendum on whether to stay in the EU. But one voice is strangely absent in...

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Francois Hollande

Paradoxes of the Gray Zone

Hal Brands ·

Gray, it seems, is the new black. The concept of “gray zone” conflict has generated significant attention and controversy recently, within both the U.S. government and the broader strategic studies community. Some analysts have identified gray zone conflict as a new phenomenon that will increasingly characterize, and challenge, the international system in the years to come. Others have argued...

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Little Green Men

Taiwan’s 2016 Elections and Cross-Strait Relations

Jacques deLisle ·

When Taiwanese voters went to the polls on January 16, 2016, they did something that has become admirably routine in Taiwan’s robust democracy: mandating a change of the party in power and setting the stage for another peaceful transition of power between opposing political parties—the third since Taiwan began holding fully democratic presidential elections in 1996. This election was, however,...

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Tsai Ing-wen's Campaign Headquarters in Taipei (Source: Flickr - MiNe)

2015 Annual Report


We are pleased to share our 2015 Annual Report.

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FPRI's 2015 Annual Report