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  • "Operation Antilope"- Episode 2 : Action on the ground

    Patrick Lachaussée - French Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Paris, France - 16 September 2014

    October 1997: While the crisis in Congo-Brazzaville was affecting many large cities throughout the country, Pointe-Noire was hit by scenes of violence and clashes between various armed groups.

  • Crisis management memoirs : "October 1997 – Operation Antilope"

    Patrick Lachaussée - French Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Paris, France - 16 September 2014

    October 1997: While the crisis in Congo-Brazzaville was affecting many large cities throughout the country, Pointe-Noire was hit by scenes of violence and clashes between various armed groups.

  • “Homo diplomaticus”, that lesser-known species

    Anne Chounet-Cambas - French Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Paris, France - 22 August 2014

    As you will have understood by now, the French Foreign Ministry’s blog is designed to shed a little light on diplomacy. This is due to a simple observation on our part: the French know what teachers, doctors and firefighters do, but not really what the business of diplomats is.

  • Times of Crisis

    Marc Fonbaustier - French Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Paris, France - 28 July 2014

    It was easier at the Crisis Centre than in some of my previous posts to answer one of my sons when he asked: "Daddy, what do you do in your job?"

  • 1/70th of economic diplomacy

    Antoine Starcky - French Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Paris, France - 29 June 2014

    “The Business Directorate has only 70 staff members, so each of you make up 1/70th of our total brainpower. And we need you all running at full steam!”.

  • “Gender and development”: in developing countries (too), women are the future of humanity.

    Anne-Marie Descôtes - French Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Paris, France - 18 March 2014

    The theme of gender and development raises a number of key issues concerning the status of women in developing countries. I have had the opportunity to reflect on this since arriving at the Directorate-General of Global Affairs, Development and Partnerships, and in particular, during the discussions on this topic held at the OECD on 21 January 2013.

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