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L’opération Serval à l’épreuve du doute : vrais succès et fausses leçons

Ifri’s Research Defense Unit just published the number 59 of the Focus stratégique collection: L’opération Serval à l’épreuve du doute : vrais succès et fausses leçons Chef de Bataillon Antoine d’Evry, a French military officier, is a seconded Research Fellow at the Ifri’s … Continue reading

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Conventionalizing Deterrence? U.S. Prompt Strike Programs and Their Limits

Ifri’s Deterrence and Proliferation Program has just published the issue #52 of its Proliferation Papers series entitled: Conventionalizing Deterrence? U.S. Prompt Strike Programs and Their Limits Corentin Brustlein is a research fellow and the head of the Deterrence and Proliferation program at Ifri’s Security Studies Center. … Continue reading

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Unmanned Air Systems: The Future of Air & Sea Power?

Ifri’s Security Studies Center has just published the issue #49 of its Focus stratégique series entitled: Unmanned Air Systems: The Future of Air & Sea Power? Paul Rogers  is a lieutenant in the United States Navy. From 2010 – 2013, he studied in Lyon … Continue reading

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Breaking Party Lines: America’s Polarization over PRISM

According to the latest Pew/Washington Post poll, 56% of the Americans say that the National Security Agency’s (NSA) program tracking the telephone records of millions of Americans is an acceptable way for the government to investigate terrorism, while a non-negligible minority of 41% finds it … Continue reading

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PRISM: No such Internet freedom says your virtual landlord

“Our government is committed to helping promote internet freedom. … We are urging U.S. media companies to take a proactive role in challenging foreign government’s demands for censorship and surveillance.” — Former US. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton, January 2010. … Continue reading

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Intelligence and Nuclear Proliferation: Lessons Learned

Ifri’s Security Studies Center has recently published the issue #38 of its Proliferation Papers series entitled: Intelligence and Nuclear Proliferation: Lessons Learned The author, Keith A. Hansen is a consulting professor of international relations at Stanford University and Sierra Nevada … Continue reading

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