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Reform of Global Gouvernance as a matter of urgency – The Euro-BRICS rapprochement at the service of the system’s upgrade or as a matrix of a new model ?

Strategic note, derived from the 4th Euro-BRICS seminar (Moscow, May 23-24th 2013) 04/07/2013 SEMINAR’S FULL REPORT RECOMMANDATIONS AUX DIRIGEANTS DU G20, EN AMONT DU SOMMET DE ST PETERSBOURG Chinese translation of the Strategic Note Portuguese translation of the Strategic Note Russian translation of the Strategic Note The crisis of legitimacy ...

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3rd Euro-BRICS Seminar (Cannes, Sept. 27-28, 2012) – Programme

REPORT Euro-BRICS 2012-2014: Towards a set of thematic cooperation networks based on a specific political-diplomatic framework organized by LEAP in partnership with MGIMO PROGRAMME Thursday 27/09/2012 – Towards the development of Euro-BRICS thematic networks (Salle Estérel 1) 09.00 – 09.30 Welcome 09.30 – 10.00 Opening . Welcome word by Marie-Hélène ...

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Agenda for a Euro-BRICS summit by 2015 – The Euro-Russian strategic partnership at the service of a BRICS-EU meeting between now and 2015?

Executive summary* – 5th GlobalEurope EU-Russia Seminar (Moscow, May 23-24, 2011) 28/06/2011 During two days, academics, experts and diplomats from Russia, EU, India, China, Brazil and South-Africa [1] were gathered in the framework of the 5th GlobalEurope EU-Russia on the theme « Which agenda for a Euro-Brics Summit by 2015? » ...

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What agenda for a Euro-BRICS summit by 2015? Seminar’s programme

5th GlobalEurope EU-Russia Seminar, May 23-24, 2011 (MGIMO, Moscow, Russia) organized jointly by the Laboratoire Européen d’Anticipation Politique (LEAP), “Russkiy Mir” Foundation and the European Studies Institute of the Moscow State Institute of International Relations (MGIMO) in partnership with the Europe 2020 network and in cooperation with the Institute of ...

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Let’s renew our stock of probable futures, by Franck Biancheri

Editorial of MAP-Autumn 2010 With MAP (Magazine d’Anticipation Politique), LEAP/E2020 has decided to launch a free quarterly publication in order to achieve two objectives: . to allow political anticipation to address political and social issues . reach as many citizens as possible interested in understanding the transformations that will characterize ...

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LEAP/E2020 research and training programme «Europe. Anticipation. Strategy»

October 2009 – May 2010 (University Paris-La Sorbonne) At the start of the new academic year (2009-2010), Laboratoire Européen d’Anticipation Politique (LEAP) and Paris-Sorbonne’s University’s Doctoral School of “Modern and Contemporary History” launch a research programme entitled “Europe. Anticipation. Strategy”. Rythm: The programme consists of: . a series of 2-3 ...

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Towards a sound economy, By Rudo de Ruijter*

Sometimes money is compared with the blood of the economy. The credit crisis painfully demonstrated, that the economy depends on a permanent infusion of credits. As soon as the banks deliver a bit less credit, enterprises fail and the mass dismissals succeed each other. We are made to believe, that ...

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New priorities for the future EU-Russia Strategic partnership

Executive summary – Seminar GlobalEurope 2020 (Moscow, December 18-19, 2008) TABLE OF CONTENTS I- Preamble II- Strategic and operational perspective III- Work synthesis Introduction 1. EU-Russia strategic cooperation in the field of finance and economy: how to contribute to found a new sound and balanced economic and financial order? 2. ...

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‘New priorities for the future EU-Russia Strategic partnership’

3rd GlobalEurope EU-Russia Anticipation Seminar Moscow (MGIMO), December 18th-19th, 2008 Presentation Co- organised by European Study Institute of the Moscow State Institute of International Relations (MGIMO) and Laboratoire européen d’Anticipation Politique (LEAP/E2020) Preamble The world is going through a historic crisis putting an end to the systems and powers which ...

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Can a Shelf Agreement Anchor Israel’s Security Demands, by Reut Institute

Israel’s position regarding its security demands, which entail undermining the sovereignty of a Palestinian state, narrows the chances for reaching an agreement. Essence of Warning During negotiations with the Palestinians in 1999-2001, Israel presented a number of security demands that included, among other things, the demilitarization of the Palestinian state, ...

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Value of international academic degrees: How to choose today an international degree that will still be worth something in ten to twenty years? by GEAB

As LEAP/E2020 often unlined it since January 2006, the global systemic crisis affects all fields and sectors of contemporary human activity. It is in this sense that this crisis differs from a classical crisis limited to this or that sector/region. In this edition of the GlobalEurope Anticipation Bulletin, our team ...

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