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Blogueur pour l’Institut de la CAD, Michael Lambert, Directeur de recherché à Caucasus Initiative et doctorat en relations internationales à la Sorbonne (France) et à l’Université de Tampere (Finlande) examine la coopération entre les Services Secrets en Europe de l’Est à l’époque soviétique. Le retour du terrorisme religieux en Europe interroge sur la pérennité des services de renseignements nationaux à une époque d’abolition des contrôles aux frontières au sein de l’Espace…
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CDA Institute Security & Defence Blogger Adnan Qaiser, a political and defence analyst with a distinguished career in the armed forces and international diplomacy, examines Pakistan’s civil-​military mistrust in its historical context. This is Part 1 of a two-​part series. Nations’ history is often dull and boring; not so Pakistan’s, whose civil-​military power-​politics remain full of intrigues, treachery, and conspiracies. The country, which has lately been called a disastrously dysfunctional country…
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CDA Institute Security & Defence Blogger Michael Lambert, a PhD student at the Sorbonne Doctoral College & University of Tampere in France, offers his thoughts on French intelligence after the Bataclan attacks. The original French version of this article can be found here. European intelligence services today differ from their American counterparts due to the legacy of the Second World War. Like the United States, Western European countries still have bitter…
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Blogueur pour l’Institut de la CDA, Michael Lambert, doctorant au Collège doctoral de la Sorbonne (France) et à l’Université de Tampere (Finlande) partage ses reflexions sur les services de renseignement Français après les événements de Charlie Hebdo et du Bataclan. Les services de Renseignement Européens se distinguent aujourd’hui de leurs homologues Américains en raison de l’héritage de la Seconde Guerre mondiale. A l’instar des Etats-​Unis, les pays d’Europe de l’Ouest gardent…
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Ryan Cummings had published an interesting post examining the violence perpetrated by Boko Haram and the accuracy of the Global Terrorism Index for the International Peace Institute’s (IPI) Global Observatory. We are pleased to have permission to repost the article on our Blog: The Forum. As French President Francois Hollande decried the so-​called Islamic State’s (ISIS) November 13th Paris attacks as an act of war, a conflict of less deadly outcomes…
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