The researcher at SWP Berlin deciphers what is at stake in Europe's support for Ukraine and looks at the importance of the Franco-German partnership in the security of the continent.
Les sanctions occidentales contre la Russie l’ont privée de « deux ans de croissance économique », l’accélération de la hausse des prix alimentaires mondiaux est bien due à la guerre d’agression russe en Ukraine : l’économiste Julien Vercueil livre son analyse à l’IHEDN.
The Minister for the Armed Forces, Sébastien Lecornu, and a number of specialists gave a highly informed assessment of various aspects of the conflict at a conference organised by the magazine Le Grand Continent: weaponry, Western aid, the attacker's hybrid strategy, the attacked's adaptability...
The researcher at the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute offers her analysis of the European security architecture and the positions of the continent's various states vis-à-vis Russia and NATO after two years of war in Ukraine.
The climate adviser to the Major General of the French Armed Forces explains how climate change is affecting the armed forces at strategic, operational and operational levels, and looks at the application of the Climate and Defence strategy adopted in 2022.
The series, broadcast on France 2, is the first of its kind in France to delve into the day-to-day life of this type of unit. Former special forces non-commissioned officer Rédouane Louaazizi, who acted as a consultant for the production, talks about his own military experience and the creators' concern for realism.
A former defence attaché in Ukraine, General Andrée Évrard spoke this week at the Franco-British Strategic Forum about the country's resistance and its President's communication. She shares her analysis of these issues with the IHEDN.
For Arte, the director has produced a third documentary series on organised crime, this time looking at its relationship with finance. He explains why these links continue to grow stronger, despite the stated intentions of regulators.
Chine Labbé is editor-in-chief and vice-president of NewsGuard. Founded in 2018 in the United States, this start-up monitors disinformation and develops solutions to combat it. A member of Radio France's committee on honesty, independence and pluralism of information and programmes, she previously worked as a reporter for the Reuters news agency in Paris and as a multimedia producer for The Economist in New York. She holds a double degree in journalism from Sciences Po Paris and Columbia University in New York.
At a time when President Volodymyr Zelensky is travelling abroad to bolster international support for his country's war effort, a conference at the École Militaire looked at the delicate diplomatic ballet that Ukraine has been conducting since 2022, and the responses of various states.