Research

 

Divided into four major research axes, Asia Centre’s work covers not only the key issues in international and strategic relations but also the political and economic trends taking place in Asia: prevention of conflicts, regional integration, challenges posed by globalization and global governance, democratic transitions and social evolution, energy security, the risks of proliferation, technologies linked to sustainable development and environmental conservation.

Those issues are addressed concomitantly through specific transversal projects that deal with current affairs and through established brainstorming groups.

 

Major research axes

  • Strategic Affairs and International Relations +
  • Compared Politics +
  • Economy +
  • Energy and environment +

 

Our permanent team of experts

  • Dr. Jean-Pierre Cabestan (China, law, regional security)+
  • Paul Caussat (South Asia, economics, energy) +
  • Jean-Raphaël Chaponnière (Economics) +
  • Dr. Leïla Choukroune (South Asia, law et economics) +
  • Jean-Yves Colin (Japan, economics) +
  • Dr. Guibourg Delamotte (Japan, political science, security) +
  • Benjamin Denjean (China, energy, environment) +
  • Jean-François Di Meglio (Northeast Asia, economics) +
  • Jérôme Doyon (China, domestic policies) +
  • Dr. Éric Frécon (Southeast Asia) +
  • Florence Geoffroy (China, Southeast Asia, Geopolitics) +
  • Margot de Groot van Embden (China, Society)
  • Dr. Yuko Kawato (Japan, economics) +
  • Kimberley Le Pape (China, Security)
  • Camille Liffran (China, domestic policy
  • Guillem Monsonis (India, Defence) +
  • Pr. Jean-Luc Racine (South Asia) +
  • Giulia Romano (China, energy) +
  • Dr. Isabelle Saint-Mézard (South Asia, geopolitics) +
  • Dr. Marie-Hélène Schwoob (China, energy, environment)+
  • Dr. Alban Sciascia (Southeast Asia, Security)
  • Candice Tran Dai (China, Southeast Asia, economy) +
  • Pr. Benoît Vermander (Political Science) +
  • Gaspard Vignal (Southeast Asia)
  • Anna Zyw Melo (China, cyberspace) +

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Asia Centre Fondé en août 2005 par François Godement et une équipe de chercheurs et experts de l’Asie contemporaine, Asia Centre a pour objectif de conduire des recherches sur l’Asie contemporaine, d'organiser des débats et de valoriser, par des publications, les résultats de ces recherches et rencontres.