Our once-occasional events are now becoming weekly and multi-faceted.
Every Monday, through its newsletter, the IHEDN will offer you either an invitation to a physical or remote conference, or a deciphering article. The aim is not so much the format as our ability to create an agile and permanent link between the Institute and you.
This acceleration of our events and editorial calendar is largely motivated by the evolution of the current strategic context. The speed at which major events are taking place today means that we have to adapt in order to fulfil the Institute's fundamental mission on a daily basis: to bring together civilians and military personnel in the same community of doctrine, thought and action.
La chercheuse de l’Institut international de recherche sur la paix de Stockholm livre son analyse sur l’architecture de sécurité européenne, et les positions
The Climate Advisor to the Major General of the Armed Forces explains how climate change is affecting the armed forces both in terms of
The series, broadcast on France 2, is a first in France, taking a look at the day-to-day life of this type of unit. Consultant for
Former defence attaché in Ukraine, General Andrée Évrard spoke this week at the Franco-British Strategic Forum on the subject of resistance.
For Arte, the director has produced a third documentary series on organised crime, this time looking at its relationship with finance.
Chine Labbé is editor-in-chief and vice-president of NewsGuard. Founded in 2018 in the United States, this start-up operates a monitoring of the
At a time when President Volodymyr Zelensky is increasing his number of trips abroad to bolster international support for his country's war effort,
Jean Pouch, an auditor in the 2nd national session, attended the launch of National Defence Year 2024 on 7 December. He
Between now and 2035, the number of reservists will rise from 40,000 to over 100,000 to meet new needs. À
The General of Arcole and Emperor of Austerlitz continues to fascinate the world, as shown by the release of a new film this week. But
A specialist in the Russian politico-military elite and strategic thinking, the IFRI researcher came to present his latest book in a debate.
A highly topical debate took place on Thursday 26 October at the launch of the Defence Academy at the École Militaire. Criticising the
General Durieux: "With the ACADEM, French strategic thinking shines out stronger and further afield".
Inaugurated on Thursday by the Minister for the Armed Forces, the Defence Academy of the École Militaire (ACADEM) is a powerful tool for academic exchange and dialogue.
The army is undergoing a transformation, with a particular focus on innovation. At the annual presentation of its capabilities this week,
At this week's presentation of the Air and Space Force's (AAE) capabilities, Air Force Lieutenant General Laurent
This British officer is currently serving in the French army as part of a unique defence cooperation. On the occasion of
More than the Al Qaeda attacks, it is the reaction of the United States that constitutes a strategic shift, analyse two researchers at IRSEM, Maud Quessard and
In July, in the face of the scandal, an American economist gave up her bid to join a key post in the competition department of the European Commission.
The Gulf of Guinea and the Gulf of Aden, Latin America, South-East Asia... The Singapore-based French researcher traces the latest developments in piracy,
Clotilde Champeyrache: "The mafias are developing a form of sovereignty that is parasitic on that of the State".
Organised crime in general, and mafias in particular, threaten the stability of states and societies. An expert on the subject, the economist and