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Navigating the Era of Autonomous Weapons: Challenges and Solutions for the Future of Warfare

In February 2024, the conflict in Ukraine marked a fundamental chapter in the history of modern warfare with the introduction of the Saker Scout by the Ukrainian company Saker. This fully autonomous drone, capable of identifying and engaging targets based solely on artificial intelligence, represents not only a…

“Transforming the Marine Corps: Adapting to the Chinese Threat in the Indo-Pacific”

The Marine Corps (180,000 men with a budget exceeding $30 billion) has embarked on a rapid and radical transformation process. The goal: to transform this force, suitable for combined combat with a maritime specificity, into a tailor-made force to respond to the Chinese threat in the Indo-Pacific arena.…

Economic Intelligence: Reflections from Harbulot and Clerc Thirty Years After the Martre Report

In the realm of economic intelligence, the Martre Report stands as a pivotal moment for France, a document that outlined the contours of a discipline serving the country’s strategic and competitive development. Thirty years after its publication, the insights from Christian Harbulot and Philippe Clerc provide valuable perspectives…

Les Racines de la Conflit Contemporain: L’Héritage de l’Ère Brejnev et l’Influence Soviétique au Moyen-Orient 

Préambule L’analyse historique de l’époque de Brejnev et des dynamiques géopolitiques subséquentes de l’Union Soviétique au Moyen-Orient, avec une attention particulière à ses relations avec l’Égypte, la Syrie, et l’Organisation de Libération de la Palestine (OLP), offre une perspective fondamentale pour comprendre les racines et les complexités du…

Unit 8200: The Cornerstone of Israel’s Cyber Defense and Electronic Intelligence

Israel’s Unit 8200, with its vast experience in interception, signal decoding, and cyber operations, plays a crucial role in the country’s national security, especially in the context of the prolonged conflict with Palestine. This elite unit, comparable to the American National Security Agency (NSA) in terms of electronic…

Notes on militarization in Soviet society 

The deep militarization of Russian society, rooted in Soviet history and perpetuated in the Russian Federation, has shaped not only the country’s internal structure but also its approach to foreign policies and international conflicts. The evolution of the role of the military and the siloviki, from key actors…

Notes sur Les problèmes gépolitiques de la mer Rouge

La situation sécuritaire en mer Rouge s’est considérablement détériorée à la suite d’une série d’incidents maritimes liés à la guerre entre Israël et le Hamas. La milice houthie yéménite, soutenue par l’Iran, a entrepris des actions agressives contre des navires liés à Israël. Cette escalade a entraîné des…

Notes on the failures of Biden’ s foreign policy

Avdiivka is nearing a critical collapse as Ukrainian forces are compelled to withdraw, an event that Italian media and politics choose to overlook, despite its strategic significance possibly surpassing that of Bakhmut. The reluctance to delve into Avdiivka’s situation stems from the belief that a Russian victory is…

Aspects de la désinformation soviétique dans l’interprétation de la CIA.

Le Service A du KGB était l’unité chargée de mener des mesures actives, et de nombreuses résidences du KGB à l’étranger étaient attribuées à des officiers qui s’en occupaient exclusivement. De plus, chaque officier de la Direction Principale des Renseignements (renseignements étrangers) était censé consacrer 25 pour cent…

Note on Gaza and the International Criminal Court

In a period marked by political and ethical darkness, South Africa emerges as a ray of hope, taking significant actions at the United Nations’ International Court of Justice against Netanyahu’s government for its actions in Gaza. This move not only recalls South Africa’s historic struggle against apartheid, but…

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