Christophe Nivelle

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Christophe Nivelle works as an analyst. He did his MA in English at the university of Amiens and eventually his MA in Law and international relations at the university of Brest in France. He also holds an analyst’s diploma (equivalent to MA) at IRIS Sup in Paris. His areas of interest and research are in Arctic, Asia, energy and new technologies. He dedicated his thesis to China’s influence, strategy and development in the Arctic. After working on fossil fuels, he now focuses on the dependence of Western countries on Critical Raw Materials in relation with the rise of new technologies.

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Afghanistan, an Energy Eldorado for China?

August 2021 was a key date for the Asian continent. That month was marked by the failure of the United States in Afghanistan, which,...

China and critical raw materials: a strategy of domination

On July 3, 2023, China decided to impose restrictions on gallium and germanium exports from August onwards. This clearly appeared to be a retaliatory...

From dependence on fossil fuels to dependence on critical raw materials

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