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The monthly bulletin of LEAP (European Laboratory of Political Anticipation) - 15 Nov 2021

Global humanitarian crisis: Europe at the epicentre of a world war (again)

The First World War was the result of unsurpassable alliances that have become anachronistic. The alliance with America is both outdated and unsurpassable in the 21st century: outdated because the world needs all its actors to work together to solve the immense challenges of the 21st century; unsurpassable because of the series of alliances. The more Europe talks about sovereignty, the more America deploys its troops on its eastern flank. We have already described how the 3-Seas-Initiative completes the American route of encirclement of Europe by opening up to American forces the passage from the Baltic to the Black Sea and from the Black Sea to the Adriatic Sea (the rest of the route being free access for US Navy ships on the Atlantic and Mediterranean coasts)[1], thus anticipating the rise in tension in the Black Sea. There!

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There is no doubt that the collective unconscious of the West feels threatened by an overpopulated humanity. Everything contributes to this diffuse feeling : . The post-pandemic return to life and [...]

The IMF has already started to revise downwards its 2021 growth projections: for the US (from 7 to 6%), Asia (from 7.6 to 6.5%), the Eurozone (from 5.4 to 5%), [...]

The Covid crisis has put all central banks to the test, especially the European and American ones, which carry a significant share of the weight of the world economy on [...]

A new generation of traders has arrived in 2020 during the successive lockdowns. Although it does not change the rules of the game in the financial markets, it reveals a [...]

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