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Auditors from the three AED, DSE and SNC majors in French Guiana

On their arrival in French Guiana, the auditors of the three majors "Armaments and Defence Economics" (AED), "Economic Defence and Security" (DSE) and "Digital Sovereignty and Cybersecurity" (SNC) of the first national session of the IHEDN were welcomed at Air Force Base 367. In a joint address to the participants, the highest local authorities [...]

legal issues and economic coercion - legal tools and extraterritoriality" seminar

For its fifth seminar for 33 students on 9, 10 and 11 February 2022, the 'Defence and Economic Security' (DSE) major addressed the legal issues and economic coercion associated with the extraterritoriality of the law, particularly in the USA and China. This series of lectures and round tables is designed to address the [...]

The national session welcomes the DGSI

On 28 January, the 1st national session welcomed Nicolas Lerner, Director General of Internal Security, to the prestigious Foch amphitheatre. Through a rich exchange of views with the Director General, the five majors were able to grasp the various issues at stake in our homeland security, its developments and its challenges. After a presentation on the [...]

DIGITAL SOVEREIGNTY IN AN ERA OF U.S./CHINA OLIGOPOLIES

For its third seminar for 33 students, the 'Defence and Economic Security' (DSE) major addressed the issues of digital sovereignty and new technological frontiers. Today, information and communication technologies are at the heart of an international competition in which the United States and China are the main contenders. [...]

Strategic autonomy / focus on the specificities of the DTIB

SÉMINAIRE « AUTONOMIE STRATÉGIQUE / FOCUS SUR LES SPÉCIFICITÉS DE LA BITD » DE LA MAJEURE DÉFENSE ET SÉCURITE ÉCONOMIQUE

For its second seminar for 33 students, the 'Defence and Economic Security' (DSE) major addressed issues relating to autonomy and strategic independence, as well as aspects of economic resilience, which were highlighted by the COVID-19 health crisis, through questions about the capacity of [...].