Timide progrès en matière de lutte contre les violences faites aux femmes
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Timide progrès en matière de lutte contre les violences faites aux femmes

L’UE réitère son engagement dans la lutte contre la violence à l’égard des femmes et la violence domestique. Que ce soit pour demander une ratification plus étendue de la convention…

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NATO’s proportional concept in the Eastern borders: the Stoltenberg policy
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NATO’s proportional concept in the Eastern borders: the Stoltenberg policy

On April 20, 2016 the NATO-Russia Council meeting took place. This meeting was necessary because of the continuous offensive policies of Russia (mainly in Ukraine), but also because of the increasing tension along Eastern borders of the Atlantic Alliance. The Russian growing naval engagement in the Baltic region and in the Black Sea has caused NATO reaction, which has significantly increased its presence in the Eastern borders during the last year. For this reason, NATO and Russia strongly requested a Council meeting on April 20 in Brussels. The aim of this meeting was to both discuss the Ukrainian issue concerning the illegal annexation by Russia of the Crimea, and transparency between the two parties in order to reduce the risk of a conflict. Since 2010, NATO has put in place a new strategy based on collective security, conflict prevention and cooperation with neighbours countries in order to neutralize any type of threat for its member countries. This article initially will examine the post-Cold War NATO’s key strategies, stressing out its « new » principles to deal with the threats of a multipolar world. Then, we will examine NATO reactions against the offensive policy of Russia and the conclusions of the meeting of 20 April. Finally, we will consider NATO policies founded on the increasing military presence along the Eastern border of the Alliance, highlighting the current political-military situation based on the concept of “action-reaction”.

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NATO-Russia Council: on 20 April the new D-day for the international equilibrium
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NATO-Russia Council: on 20 April the new D-day for the international equilibrium

The next meeting of NATO-Russia Council at Ambassadorial level will take place on Wednesday, 20 April, as announced officially by NATO communication officer. On 12 April it has been decided the date of D-day for the world equilibrium. Since 2014, the international scenario has been marked by two major events: the proclamation of the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant, and the Russian-Ukrainian conflict. Russia’s policy in Ukraine and its support for the Bashar al-Assad government has worsened the relations with the Atlantic Alliance, which promptly adopted a policy based on «action-reaction» principle. Moreover, the degeneration of the Ukrainian conflict, the ISIL expansion, political tensions between Russia and Turkey (a NATO member state), the migratory crisis and the issue of security in Afghanistan, have been permanently taken in consideration by NATO, which for two years has pursued to maintain political relations with Russia. Now, more than ever, NATO wants a new meeting to avoid any kind of military degeneration. This article will examine the nature of the relations between NATO and Russia in the last two years, and what will be the main issues discussed during the summit scheduled for late April 2016. (suite…)

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Alliances et rivalités au Moyen-Orient : les poupées russes de Kafka
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Alliances et rivalités au Moyen-Orient : les poupées russes de Kafka

À l’heure où le Président français, François Hollande, parle de constituer une « coordination internationale la plus étroite possible » (et non plus une « coalition unique ») contre le mal-nommé État islamique en Syrie et en Irak, qu’en est-il réellement de ses chances de succès ? C’est en effet dans un exercice de haute voltige que s’est lancé le Président français : réunir l’axe sunnite (Turquie, États-Unis, Arabie Saoudite, Union européenne) et l’axe chiite (Russie, Iran, Irak,) du Moyen-Orient. De plus, Daech bénéficie de complicités nombreuses dans le monde sunnite, d’autant plus difficiles à interrompre qu’elles sont inavouées. La victoire sur l’EI s’annonce difficile. (suite…)

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