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As part of the “International Confluences” meeting cycle organized by the National Institute for Global Strategy Studies (INESG), Mr. François Heisbourg, Special, Advisor to the Foundation for Strategic Research in Paris and former President of the London’s International Institute for Strategic Studies (IISS) will host a conference on:“New American vision of the world”.

26 February 2019

As part of the “International Confluences” meeting cycle organized by the National Institute for Global Strategy Studies (INESG), Mr. Alain Juillet, former Director of Intelligence within the Directorate General of External Security (DGSE), and former Senior Manager in charge of Economic Intelligence in France with the Prime Minister will hold a conference on the theme:“The current situation in Syria: issues, actors and challenges”.

23 January 2019

As part of the cycle of meetings “International Confluences” organized by the National Institute of Global Strategy Studies (INESG), Mr. Jean-Christophe Noël, associate researcher at the Center for Security Studies of the French Institute of International Relations (Ifri) will lead a conference on the theme:“How Artificial Intelligence will transform war? “.

07 January 2019

As part of the Thematic Round Tables organized by the National Institute of Global Strategy Studies (INESG), Mr. Mohamed BACHA, (Phd) and senior expert in Planning and Economic intelligence files will conduct a roundtable talking about “For a planning system in Algeria: contributions and issues” at the INESG, Wednesday, December 19, 2018, at 13:45 .

15 December 2018

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