The Red (Team) Analysis Society welcomes Dr Jean Michel Valantin, who will focus on issues and problems related to climate change and national security. Dr Jean-Michel Valantin (PhD Paris) is specialised in strategic studies and defense sociology, and more particularly in environmental geostrategy. He is the author of Menaces climatiques sur l’ordre mondial (气候对世界秩序的威胁）。 生态学与世界治理 (生态学和世界治理)。 战争与自然，美国为气候战争做准备 (《战争与自然：美国为气候战争做好准备》)，以及 "美国 "杂志。 Hollywood, the Pentagon and Washington: The Movies and National Security from World War II to the Present Day.
With his first article, “Climate change, a geostrategic issue? Yes!”, he explains why climate change should also be seen from a geostrategic perspective, and underlines, through concrete examples, that, actually, the evolution in strategic thinking has already started. He thus prepares us to explore:
“These forces [that] are reshaping the whole international relationships web, as well as the fabric of nations, societies and communities. They are causing new kinds of tensions, which are the engines of actual, and coming, conflicts, struggles, revolutions, and wars.”