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Strife Interview – Defence Journalist Jean-Dominique Merchet on the French intelligence reforms

March 10, 2017

The French presidential elections are due to take place in a few weeks. They will have a significant impact on the short-term future of this country. The first round will be held on 23 April 2017 and the second round on 7 May 2017. The future Head of State will have to deal with several … Continue reading “Strife Interview – Defence Journalist Jean-Dominique Merchet on the French intelligence reforms”


Entretien avec Jean-Dominique Merchet sur les Réformes du Renseignement en France

La France vivra dans quelques semaines des élections présidentielles dont l’enjeu est de taille pour l’avenir immédiat du pays. De nombreux dossiers attendent le futur chef de l’Etat, parmi lesquels la vague de terrorisme, une hypothétique réforme du renseignement, ou encore l’avenir de la construction européenne. William Moray, de Strife, s’entretient avec Jean-Dominique Merchet (@jdomerchet) … Continue reading “Entretien avec Jean-Dominique Merchet sur les Réformes du Renseignement en France”


Find the money-pot: Interagency budgetpolitik and American foreign policy

August 10, 2016

By Jackson Webster Gee, I wonder how much partner capacity we can build with the gold at the end of that rainbow!   In policymaking, as in politics, it’s usually wisest to ‘follow the money.’ This famous tagline of All the President’s Men was of course referring to corruption within the Nixon administration, but the … Continue reading “Find the money-pot: Interagency budgetpolitik and American foreign policy”


North Africa – between security and democracy

September 3, 2015

By: Umberto Profazio Photo: Flickr under creative commons license. Recent security developments in North Africa show how terrorism is gradually spreading in the region. On 20th August one police officer was killed in a terrorist attack in Sousse, Tunisia, and the very same day a car-bomb exploded near a courthouse and a national security building in … Continue reading “North Africa – between security and democracy”


The Lost Revolution

February 16, 2013

By Lamya Hussein Marafi It almost seems that the Egyptian revolution never happened, or is still waiting to happen. A struggling economy, an ambiguous foreign policy, extremely brutal police system, continuous fatal train accidents, increasing unemployment rate, sexual harassment of both women and men, a controversial constitution, the abandoned, ‘dangerous’ land of Sinai, a return … Continue reading “The Lost Revolution”


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