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GEAB 117

The monthly bulletin of LEAP (European Laboratory of Political Anticipation) - 15 Sep 2017

Germany, Austria, Catalonia … some features of Europe’s face in the aftermath of the 2019 EU Elections 

Here after, we will try to sketch out the landscape of a series of elections awaiting us until the end of 2017 (in chronological order). Each of these elections reflects the challenges facing Europe by 2019; challenges which come not just from national or regional voters. The success to reconcile voters’ expectations, government bets and European citizens’ needs will depend on the ability of EU political leaders to understand that fundamental debates for the future of Europe must be open to their level, the European level. But that is pure anticipation already.

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Qatar, North Korea, the Baltic Sea, risk of a World War III... and all the military ranting mentioned in the media lately, are issues going hand in hand with the [...]

The "peer-to-peer economy" has increased extensively and suffered transformations due to the development of giant commercial players such as Airbnb. The growth of this tourist property-renting website between individuals is [...]

Peer-to-peer economy 0 - Traditional Economy 1 In this GEAB bulletin the article dealing with the Airbnb and similar businesses shows that the "traditional" economy has not yet said its [...]

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