Gagliano Giuseppe Totalitarismo,antiliberalismo e antiamericanismo in Alain De Benoist

Alain de Benoist (Saint-Symphorien, 11 dicembre 1943) è uno scrittore francese, fondatore del movimento culturale denominato Nouvelle Droite (Nuova Destra), del quale è stato animatore insieme a Guillaume Faye, Pierre Vial, Giorgio Locchi.Ha studiato legge, filosofia, sociologia e storia delle religioni.Tra il 1961 e il 1966, ha fatto parte della Fédération des étudiants nationalistes (FEN) e del Mouvement nationaliste du progrès (MNP). Ruppe i rapporti con tali partiti all’età di 23 anni.Nel 1968 fonda il Gruppo di Ricerca e di Studi per la civiltà europea, conosciuto come GRECE. In Italia il suo pensiero è stato divulgato e sviluppato dal politologo Marco Tarchi e avvicinato anche dallo scrittore e giornalista Massimo Fini È stato collaboratore alle riviste: “Cahiers universitaires”, “Europe Action” e “Défense de l’Occident”, redattore capo dell’”Observateur Européen”, di “Nouvelle École”, “Midi-France”. Critico letterario di “Valeurs actuelles”, “Le Spectacle du monde”, “Le Figaro-Magazine”. Direttore di collane editoriali: Editions Copernic, Editions du Labyrinthe, Pardès, Grands Classiques, Editions l’Age d’Homme.Attualmente dirige due riviste: Nouvelle Ecole (dal 1968) e Krisis (dal 1988). I suoi scritti sono stati pubblicati su alcuni quotidiani come Le Figaro, Le Spectacle du Monde (dopo 2000) e Telos (il giornale della sinistra radicale statunitense).

Kwa Chong Guan, Role of Intelligence in International Crisis Management-RSIS Working Paper,No. 243,23 July 2012

Kwa Chong Guan is Senior Fellow at the S Rajaratnam School of International Studies where he coordinates the Schools networks with policy institutions in the region. He joined the School after serving at its forerunner, the old department of Strategic Studies at the SAFTI Military Institute. He is also Co-Chair of the Singapore National Committee in the Council for Security Cooperation in the Asia Pacific and was in June 2011 nominated by his ASEAN colleagues to co-chair the CSCAP. Kwa started his career in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs before moving to the Ministry of Defence where he worked on some of the issues discussed in this Working Paper. He also worked on the issues of this Working Paper as a Singapore Armed Forces reservist officer in various military intelligence assignments. He was seconded for several years to the Oral History Department and concurrently, the old National Museum, which he lead through a major reorganization. Kwa has also taught history as an Adjunct staff of the History Department at the National University of Singapore, and before that, the National Institute of Education. He continues to be associated with the National University of Singapore History Department in an honorary capacity and is involved in a department project to compile an anthology of early modern European and Asian archival records and texts on Singapore. He has published on subjects from the archaeology of 14th century Singapore to policy analysis for regional security crisis management.