Uncovering false evidence is one of the missions of the GEAB team. At a time when the European Elections campaign is slowly starting to take off, bringing the migration issue in the forefront, it seems appropriate to take a more detached look at this subject. No, migration flows from Africa to Europe are not expected to increase!
No, it is not on our beaches that the world’s climate refugees will wash up en masse! And the demographic challenges facing Europe and the world between now and 2040 are not the ones they are trying to convince us of. We have some strong arguments on this subject….
In a world that is changing at an increasingly rapid pace, there is a growing tendency to become aware of problems when they have already been solved. This applies to Europe, which has actually emerged from its paralysis since the 2016 British referendum, but continues to be served up speeches relating to the pre-2016 period – a time lag that could have serious consequences.
In this issue, we look at the possibility of another trend reversal, that of the ‘cheap economy’, whose days may well be numbered. We will also address the issue of Israel, together with Turkey and NATO, in a ‘stylistic exercise’ that will discuss the future of the region and its tutelary bodies.
There will be two new sections in this issue: one consisting of professional political anticipation notes and the other designed to identify ‘people of the future’.
We will also have a string of recommendations to make to you at the end of the issue.
Detailed Summary of the GEAB 134:
– Migration flows: The challenges of their depletion
– Europe 2025: The end of the ‘cheap economy’
– NATO: What happens if Israel (non-member) attacks Turkey (member)? (Stylistic exercise)
– Political Anticipation notes (new section): The rural/urban divide
– Who’s Who of the future
– Recommendations: Oil, Bitcoin, Gold, China, Uber, Autonomous vehicles, New tech…