Web conference in partnership with the Mediterranean Foundation for Strategic Studies (FMES)

The topics addressed :


October 3 : War in Ukraine: strategic and tactics maritime lessons

Hours: 10.00am - noon

in partnership with




Contre-Amiral (2s) Jean-Michel Martinet- FMES


Frédéric Grare - ECFR
Miguel Alvarez - Eulate y Moreno - FESEI
Korean Institute for Maritime Studies
VAE (2s) Pascal Ausseur - FMES


The round table led by the FMES Institute will bring together French, european, spanish and South-Korean researchers and experts.

It will draw lessons on strategic and tactical levels of the Russian-Ukrainian naval war.

Based on the characteristics of modern naval combat that are identified, it will determine the areas of action required to prepare for potential naval combat of tomorrow.



Once you have registered you will receive the link to the webconference.

If you have not received the link, please send an email to acmicca@sogena-events.com





October 10: Web conference "The world naval rearmament"

Hours: 10am - 11.30am

in partnership with the Center for Strategic Studies of the Navy (CESM)


In 2022, geopolitical uncertainties, power struggles and the growth of both conventional and hybrid threats, contribute to the need for major naval powers to invest in an efficient and accurate navy.

Moreover, new technologies, from military and civilian industries as well, offer new opportunities for navies all over the world to develop
their abilities to operate in every warfighting domain.

To discuss the trend of naval rearmament, the French Navy Center for Strategic studies hosts a webinar on Oct. 10th with 3 major international experts.




Commander (CF) Jérémy Bachelier
Formerly a naval attaché in Singapore, he is currently a researcher at the French Institute of International Relations (IFRI) as an inserted officer of the Navy.





Nick Childs of the IISS
Researcher specialized in maritime security, naval forces and capability issues. He is a notable contributor to Military Balance


Jean-François Ripoche from the European Defense Agency (EDA)
Engineer by training, specialized in the field of armaments, he is since 2019 the director of the board of directors of Research, Technology and Innovation (RTI)


Dr. Catherine Warner of NATO
After a stint with the U.S. Secretary of Defense as an expert advisor to the Director of Operational Test and Evaluation, she is now the Director
of the Center for Maritime Research and Experimentation (CMRE)