Interdependance between environmental migration and socio-economic inequalities

Lire la version française Author : Chloé BLANCH. Translated by : Guillaume LANG. The poorest are more likely to be displaced for environmental reasons (OXFAM): a consequence of the vicious circle formed by socio-economic and ecological inequalities The biggest migration crisis won’t be caused by political conflicts, but by climate change. Indeed, in 2015, the …

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Environment : convince or alarm ?

Lire la version française Author : Ny Aina RAMANGASALAMA. Translation by : Clara CHPOUN. The urgency of protecting the environment is not recent. Back in the Age of Enlightenment, the author Chateaubriand had this to say : “Forests came before mankind, deserts will follow”. This French political figure was already stressing the undeniable impact of …

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Geopolitics of Cyberwar : a new issue for the 21st century

Lire la version française Author : Uriel N’GBATONGO. During one of his conferences in the International forum of cybersecurity in Lille in 2015, Matthijs Veenendaal, a distinguished researcher of the NATO Cooperative Cyber Defense Centre of Excellence declared that « cyberspace will certainly be a key element of all the future conflicts, even if we …

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Donald Trump et sa politique étrangère imprévisible

Auteur : Clara CHPOUN. Investi le 20 janvier 2017 à la Présidence des Etats Unis d’Amérique, Donald Trump a créé la surprise en succédant à Barack Obama. Candidat atypique et clivant, il pensait donner une nouvelle dynamique à la politique américaine en adoptant des positions fortes, voire même provocantes, afin de marquer l’opinion et à …

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