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The monthly bulletin of LEAP (European Laboratory of Political Anticipation) - 15 Jun 2022

2023 – 2025: Blackout risks. Responding to the imperative of prosilience

Denial, illusion of security, feeling of powerlessness and unpreparedness seem to prevail in terms of preparing the population for the risk of a blackout on a European scale. Blackout is a frightening term, still somewhat taboo in certain chancelleries, whereas the American, Austrian and Swiss governments – among others[1] – have been mobilising their populations to prepare for it for years. Prosilience[2]  is becoming a national security issue.

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The tangle of all the crises in the making is reaching such an intensity that it is hard to believe that a major rupture will not occur by the end [...]

The Ukrainian crisis is currently allowing many countries to advance their pawns. Turkey, in partnership with Israel and at the forefront of these actors, is inventing the future of the [...]

BRICS + While the European continent seems to be living in tune with the delivery of arms to Ukraine and the political shockwaves caused by the conflict in our societies, [...]

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