Towards structural change & co-emergence for Africa The role of Morocco as a prospective driving Hub

By Papa Demba Thiam

Through this policy note, Dr. Papa Demba Thiam offers various approaches to implement a revisited strategy of inclusive global economic integration in Africa, based on developing and spreading complementing economic opportunities in the overall continental economic space, with a focus on Morocco and its role in the paradigm shift allowed by the Covid-19 crisis.

Crisis Communication in Morocco during Coronavirus

Many successes and some necessary reframing

By Mohamed Benabid

In this policy note that IMIS devotes to the challenges of public crisis communication, Mohamed Benabid questions the Moroccan experience by putting into perspective the unprecedented context of the Covid 19 pandemic. ​


Morocco: 2020-2030, the decade of ramp-up?

Under the supervision of Abdelmalek Alaoui

Strategy needs time. Morocco has
urgent needs. Reconciling these two extremes is not
not easy. The Kingdom must find the paths which
will lead to more sustained development, more
inclusive and overall more ambitious over the ten
years to come, under pain of pressurization
growing from its current model.


A Moroccan Path

1999-2019, journey of a Kingdom in transformation

Under the supervision of Abdelmalek Alaoui

Published in 2019, ten years after A Moroccan Ambition and five years after Strategic Morocco, the Moroccan Institute of Strategic Intelligence (IMIS) once again brings together experts and analysts to decode the unique path traveled by this millennial Kingdom which occupies a place particular in the concert of nations.


Roadmap for a national approach to economic intelligence

By AMIE Center

Published in 2013, the “Roadmap for a National Economic Intelligence Strategy” was developed by AMIE Center.


Strategic Morocco

Under the supervision of Bouchra Benhida

In 2013 and eighteen months after the “Arab Spring”, the think-tank AMIE Center analyzed the strategic determinants of this Morocco on the move, inserted into an ostensible globalization challenging its position as leader vis-à-vis its partners in the South .

A Moroccan ambition

Under the supervision of Driss Alaoui Mdaghri

In 2009, the Moroccan Association of Economic Intelligence (AMIE) set out to carry out an examination of the first decade of the reign of Mohammed VI from an economic and strategic point of view with the ambition of opening up a prospective field.

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