2022, European Financial System: Disconnection of the City and Multipolarisation of Eurozone Financial Markets

“Brexit means Brexit”. For Theresa May, soft Brexit does not exist: an exit from the European Union necessarily means an exit from the European single market. Brexit therefore means hard Brexit for the British government. Within our GEAB bulletin no 103, we have already stated the possibility that the City might find itself “on the outskirts of the European continent” by 2020…
Read more in the GEAB 121 / Jan. 2018

Arctic Ocean, 2020-2050: New maritime routes and a geopolitical game-changer

We are free to be cynic whilst looking ahead to our future and anticipating. When new situations occur, we must not hesitate to analyse them thoroughly and try to extract unexpected advantages from them, no matter how politically incorrect it might be. If we use this approach when analysing the future of oceans, we can not help looking at the North of our planet. Scientists and observers keep noticing that one of the most obvious consequences of climate warming could very well affect Arctic Ocean waters, where the incessant retreat of the pack ice will soon release waterways over longer and longer periods of time, or even throughout the whole year…
Read more in the GEAB 121 / Jan. 2018