La survivabilité sur le champ de bataille : entre technologie et manœuvre Focus stratégique, No. 72, March 2017
The concept of survivability is central to the design of combat vehicles and to the elaboration of doctrines for the employment of military forces.
Operation Sangaris: A Case Study in Limited Military Intervention Military Review, Vol. 96, No 6, November-December 2016
The French Army's Sangaris Operation in Central African Republic proved successful despite it being first undermined.
Surprise is a crucial dimension of military tactics, which stems from incertitude inherent to war.
Retours sur Sangaris. Entre stabilisation et protection des civils Focus stratégique, No. 67, April 2016
In December 2013, France launched its operation Sangaris in the Central African Republic. What conclusions can be drawn for the stabilization of the country and the protection of civilians?
The Kurdish military’s recent history immediately brings to mind images of its mythical female fighters, and of its real victories against Daesh. But its successes have been primarily in Syria. In Iraq, the Kurdish military has been hindered by poor preparation, lack of effective weaponry, and...