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Access to the global commons and grand strategies: a shift in global interplay

Abstract : The global commons – non-terrestrial spaces accessible to all and owned by none – are currently a major concern for government administrations. Maintaining an access to them is a key necessity both for the deployment of the armed forces and the functioning of the globalised economy. No State can intervene militarily while ensuring its own prosperity without being assured of its access to the international airspace, the atmosphere, the high seas and cyberspace...
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Frédéric Ramel. Access to the global commons and grand strategies: a shift in global interplay. Études de l'IRSEM, Institut de recherche stratégique de l'École militaire, 2014, pp.1 - 36. ⟨hal-01087574v2⟩

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