The current systemic crisis marks the end of one world order and begs the question of its replacement. The author examines the role of new state and non-state players, assesses the value of new political economic and social processes and offers a glimpse of the conditions for an alternative order resulting from the confrontation of other models.
How should the transatlantic relationship function in a world that is no longer polarised? How can America and Europe be rearticulated in their differences and their possible complementarity? The author offers us his analysis and his proposals.
The French military apparatus has been constantly evolving, over the last 15 years, towards an increasingly sophisticated model that required a qualitative leap for both men and equipment. The author illustrates the strengths and the limitations of this transformation, which could distance the military from society.