The Moroccan Institute of Strategic Intelligence (IMIS) is a general think tank dedicated to the study of Morocco’s strategic stakes and the decoding of the complex positioning of actors in its continental environment.
The Institute, based in Rabat, is the result of a dynamic lunched in 2007 with the Moroccan Association of Economic Intelligence (AMIE) and its migration to the AMIE Center for Policy. These two structures have established themselves as the continent benchmark for practitioners of strategic intelligence and as a driving force in the production of strategic doctrine through two major works: “A Moroccan ambition” and “Strategic Morocco”.
It’s a real experimentation laboratory and a lever available to the public and private sectors. The Moroccan Institute of Strategic Intelligence IMIS is positioned on two complementary axes:
Therefore, the think tank’s capacity for analysis and action is oriented towards three topics of interest impacting the Cherifian economic, political and societal chess boards:
The regional African integration of Morocco
Digitization and its new modes of action
The Moroccan soft and real power
Considering the global paradigm centered on the capacity of the players to grasp information and develop a unique strategic skill, Morocco today is not only a model of emergence in the eyes of its continental neighbors, but also in the eyes of the nations of the world.
Based on this observation, the Moroccan Institute of Strategic Intelligence intends to draw bridges between the three communities able to design the functional guides of tomorrow, plan their applications and make them concrete, inclusive and sustainable.
These three communities are:
The Institute, as a creator of links, calls for the transversal expertise of its members and contributors to develop an unconventional strategic vision for regional and continental issues.