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March GEAB : 2019, a year for history books!

Latent financial crisis; invention of a new world monetary system; China and the US world sharing; American military withdrawal; European dislocation; civil wars and border tensions; reorganisation of the world map; … we do not know where to look first when speaking of the gigantic global reshuffle which is underway. ...

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December GEAB – Europe over troubled waters

With the European elections just around the corner, the last pillar of the ‘twentieth century model’ of European construction has just fallen victim to a French people voicing their anger over the socially unbearable nature of compliance with European rules. France, aware of its inability to carry the old European ...

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November GEAB – The Frankensteins of the multipolar world

The millions of dollars dumped in South America by evangelical churches have brought the eighth world economic power (Brazil) into their hands, knowing that the first (the US) is already conquered. In Africa, it is the Pentecostals who spread their hatred of others and try to place their aficionados inside ...

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September GEAB – Transatlantic relatioons / European railways / Institutionalisation of cryptocurrencies: Upgrading Western economies with a view to their return to the global game

The multi-polarisation of the planet is currently going through a bipolarisation phase, something we anticipated in 2009, if Europe could not reposition itself intelligently, taking into account future trends. What, before the summer, was still at the anticipation stage, has now become reality. Having discussed the Middle East issues (without ...

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A Valentine Gift from South Africa, by Michael Kahn

So what is the state of South Africa, twenty four years into the democratic experiment? As with all questions, the answer differs according to who one asks, and where they stand, the latter being understood both literally and metaphorically. Valentine’s Day 2018 witnessed the grudging resignation of President Jacob Gedleyihlekisa ...

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Special edition : Euroland at a crossroads

LEAP and Anticipolis have just released a Special Review entitled “Euroland at a crossroads” consisting of a compilation of complementary views on the theme of the reform of the eurozone, the purpose of which is to report on the vigor of the debate on this reform in order to encourage ...

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United Kingdom 2019: What if Brexit proved to be a success story?

PUBLIC Announcement of our monthly bulletin GEAB (March 2018). Register here ! So far, the media and political analysts have been unanimous: Brexit represents an uncertain and dangerous future only for the UK. Our readers know that we have always been more circumspect about this. Now that the first phase of negotiations has been ...

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A silent tear for Franck Biancheri

Franck Biancheri was LEAP’s co-founder in 2005, Director of Research and Strategy until 2012 when he passed away, inventor of the method of political anticipation, and coordinator of the GEAB from 2006 to 2012. We dedicate this moment to him, on his birth anniversary. Dear Franck, We missed you for what ...

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[Video] European Trade Agreements – 2019: Death of the Swan

Interview: Marie-Hélène Caillol, President of LEAP2020 Brexit seemed to have opened up the long-awaited project of redefining the functioning and objectives of the European machine. But today Brussels prefers to boast about the UK’s difficulties, and, thinking of itself as unavoidable, it is undertaking to unearth all its bottom drawer projects. ...

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