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Retroanticipation – Franck Biancheri’s vision for Europe 2020

FROM OUR JUNIOR TEAM /  With the year 2020 now behind us, it seemed interesting for the LEAP team to look back on its Vision 2020. This book, written by Franck Biancheri, and published by Anticipolis in 2003, details 14 proposals to continue the European construction during the next two decades. In the preamble, the author outlines the challenges facing the continent and anticipates how the situation will evolve if these challenges are not met. In the light of this change of decade, our team begins a handover to rejuvenate the team and propose complementary contents to the monthly bulletin. If you would like to take advantage of this content and/or help us produce it, please visit the GEAB Community group on LinkedIn. And if you want to support our work and develop your future intelligence, subscribe to the GEAB. In italics and inverted commas are excerpts from the preamble of Vision 2020, written by Franck Biancheri, and in roman type the comments written by us in 2021. « The European construction launched in the 1950s is a success that has made it possible to create the unity of the continent in a peaceful manner and to ensure the prosperity of [...]

Panorama of the 34 Trends for 2021

This task is particularly risky this year. In 2021, our fates will be tightly held between the highly disruptive relaunch of the economy (an economy that has been considerably modernised, [...]

2021: Through the Looking Glass (coming soon, the January edition of the GEAB)

Welcome to 2021, Year One of the world after. After the year of "reflection" that the long Covid break has provided humanity, Year One of the world after, or the [...]

Summary GEAB 150 – Will the Underworld Rise Up and Swallow Us?

2020 has literally given rise to “the brave new world”, the key features and emergence stages of which the GEAB has spent 15 years anticipating. And the end of this [...]

Global Healthcare Vision 2030 (excerpt from the GEAB of May 2020)

The European Commission is launching EU4Health, a programme it will endow with €9.4 billion. It seems like a good time to republish the “vision”  part of the article “Public Health [...]

State of the Union: This is the final crisis! (excerpt from the GEAB of June 2020)

Despite the figures for the pandemic once again sky-rocketing, Biden – like Trump back in March – does not envisage a second lockdown. The reality is that the United States [...]

Coming up next, the GEAB bulletin of November. Synopsis

As the media heralds the Democrat candidate’s victory, the western world is living through another of the great illusions that we described last month: under Biden, America is back on [...]

Soon the GEAB No 148 (October issue). Back to Reality

Hysteria gripped the West in 2008 when the subprime crisis sent the first clear signal of the end of its world supremacy and the absolute necessity to begin a process [...]

Summer 2015: from the end of the Greek crisis to new geopolitics in the Eastern Mediterranean

Excerpt : GEAB 94 / Apr 2015 The Greek crisis is about to end… and it won’t be a European cheque which saves it but the fact that Greece is [...]

Bridging the gap to renewables

Many renewable energy sources have seen a dramatic increase in both their cost efficiency and their uptake by developed and developing economies. European countries have done particularly well, with some [...]

The centre of gravity of the Transatlantic relationship is shifting towards Europe (GEAB 146 – Synopsis)

The manufacture of the future is running at full speed and everyone (individuals, companies, associations, countries, continents) is working on their own (greater or lesser) projects. It is not easy [...]

What future is there for the European Commission within the big redefinition of the Transatlantic Relationship?

(excerpt from the GEAB bulletin 107 / September 2016) Since its creation, the Global Europe Anticipation Bulletin has been designed among other things to inform European public opinion and decision [...]

GEAB 145 Synopsis – What New World Order?

The pandemic curves are flattening, European countries are slowly emerging from the containment phase and a new landscape is about to be revealed, whose main features we will try to [...]

GEAB Community – Let’s develop a collective understanding of the challenges of the future

Dear Readers, In this time of crisis, many people are thinking about the solutions needed in order to get out of it and create a new world. Since 2008, the [...]

Soon, the GEAB edition of April – The Covid Crisis as seen in the year 2040

At a time when the monomaniac media is drawing a smokescreen in front of everyone's eyes, the GEAB, as always, is focusing its radars on what is going on behind [...]

2020: General mobilisation against climate change

Warning: Environmentalism, or the preservation of the environment in an overpopulated world, largely deserves enlightened debate, intelligent policies and effective investments. However, we are using the word "climatism" (in the [...]

The birth of techno-climatism

History tends to remember the 1920s as the “roaring twenties”, dominated by joie de vivre, jazz and the Charleston. But this is the story as told by the Americans. On the [...]

Soon the GEAB issue of March: Covid-19 and NewParadigm-20

It would be hard not to mention Covid-19 in this coming bulletin. But it’s also hard to think straight and bring the characteristic GEAB perspective into the current media hysteria. [...]

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