“Aegis” or Shield is not an object we use to hide from our fears. Rather, it is tool employed by men and nations to push forward into an uncertain future. Therefore, it is our goal to look at the future challenges to international security and give you upfront analysis on the issues.

Here, I invite you to join us in a conversation about our future int he 21st century. Covering issues from political and military security, trade and commerce, technology and diplomacy, we look for the vital connections between issues to see the larger picture. In this strange world of global interconnectivity, it is essential that we raise awareness of the future challenges we will face as a global community.

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On behalf of Aegis Internationale, thank you for visiting and enjoy reading!

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