Barkhane: six months after the Pau Summit, what effects on the Sahelian theater?

On January 13, 2020, the Pau Summit was held to restore momentum to a demoralized and destabilized G5 Sahel under the influence of the aggressiveness of the attacks of…

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Following the departure of Boeing, Embraer is seeking new partners to market its C-390 Millenium transport aircraft

For more than a year, Boeing has had a series of setbacks both in space (failure of the first shot of the CST-100 Starliner), civil (ban on the flight of the 737 Max) and…

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Nuclear: a strategic asset for the French armies, and not only for its deterrence

The atom, in addition to its decisive character in our carbon-free electricity mix, pulls a set of industrial sectors upwards: chemicals, IT, artificial intelligence… The relaxation of State support for…

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Order of the “Falcon Archange”: a welcome but insufficient capacity renewal

A few days ago, the French Ministry of the Armed Forces announced the order for the first two Falcon Archangels for the Air Force. If the scheduled renewal of canonical C-160…

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Acquisition of the MQ-9 SkyGuardian system by Australia: pursuit of the American “pivot” strategy or affirmation of the country's regional aims?

Since 2016 Australia has pursued the most proactive rearmament policy of Western countries. Considered as the permanent American "aircraft carrier" of the South Pacific, Australia seems to want to pursue a policy of empowerment ...

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The X37b drone: a luxury gadget or future Swiss army knife that is essential for conducting operations in a non-permissive environment?

The X37b drone: luxury gadget or future Swiss Army knife essential for the conduct of operations in a non-permissive environment? The last two weeks have brought their share of new things with the…

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