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INESG organized two days of studies on the theme "Development of Shadow Areas - Green Dam, Opportunities for a Sustainable Development Strategy for the new Algeria" .

19 April 2021

Within the framework of the cycle of meetings "International Confluences" organized by the National Institute of Global Strategy Studies (INESG), Dr Ilyes Baghli, moderated a conference on the theme: "Integrative medicine at the service of the therapeutic, global multidimensional, holistic and personalized approach ”.

18 November 2020

As part of the thematic round tables organized by the National Institute for Global Strategy Studies (INESG), Dr. Nassim IKHLEF, teacher - researcher and expert in sea law, moderated at INESG on Wednesday 23 September 2020, at 1.45 p.m. a round table on the theme ...

24 September 2020

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

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