September GEAB – Towards a (really) New World Order

The world is reorganizing, the populist wave has begun to retreat, the world is refocusing West (China) and East (Europe) of the United States, Hong Kong is turning towards China,…. In the short term, the financial crisis of 2020, which is widely anticipated, is likely to hit the IMF hard ...

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July GEAB – Special edition / European tourism

For the first time since the origin, a GEAB edition was released on July 15th ! It consists of a special edition on a sigle topic : European tourism, about which we anticipate a discrepancy between expectations and reality. “The crisis we are anticipating is typical of the transition period ...

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June GEAB – An unsustainable speed of change

This new edition of the GEAB starts by highlighting the resistance to change that has now been added to the process of change itself, in a superb double-bind that’s opened Pandora’s box and is releasing scores of dirty old demons… For the rest, this issue puts into perspective an internet ...

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LEAP has lept to 2040

LEAP’s domain name has changed from leap2020.net to leap2040.eu ! This change of URL is a symbolic signal sent on purpose right after the European election. This move has been scheduled a few months ago. We explained our intention in this article last February: From LEAP 2020 to LEAP 2040, a ...

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May GEAB – Europe/World : Transfigurations

New world, new Europe, new faces. Since 2006, the GEAB anticipates the different steps of the global systemic transformation. Concerning Europe, the tipping point is this year, with the European election for catalyst. But with Europe tipping into a new era, the face of the world is about to change. ...

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World 4.0: Between Renaissance and religious wars

Excerpt of the November 2018 edition of LEAP’s confidential bulletin As we’ve said many times before, the historical period of humanity we are going through now is of the same nature as that of the Renaissance, though of greater magnitude. As in the 14th century, new technologies and openness to ...

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April GEAB – Immigration: Uncovering false beliefs

Uncovering false beliefs 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 ...

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March GEAB : 2019, a year for history books!

Latent financial crisis; invention of a new world monetary system; China and the US world sharing; American military withdrawal; European dislocation; civil wars and border tensions; reorganisation of the world map; … we do not know where to look first when speaking of the gigantic global reshuffle which is underway. ...

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December GEAB – Europe over troubled waters

With the European elections just around the corner, the last pillar of the ‘twentieth century model’ of European construction has just fallen victim to a French people voicing their anger over the socially unbearable nature of compliance with European rules. France, aware of its inability to carry the old European ...

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November GEAB – The Frankensteins of the multipolar world

The millions of dollars dumped in South America by evangelical churches have brought the eighth world economic power (Brazil) into their hands, knowing that the first (the US) is already conquered. In Africa, it is the Pentecostals who spread their hatred of others and try to place their aficionados inside ...

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September GEAB – Transatlantic relatioons / European railways / Institutionalisation of cryptocurrencies: Upgrading Western economies with a view to their return to the global game

The multi-polarisation of the planet is currently going through a bipolarisation phase, something we anticipated in 2009, if Europe could not reposition itself intelligently, taking into account future trends. What, before the summer, was still at the anticipation stage, has now become reality. Having discussed the Middle East issues (without ...

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