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January GEAB – A landscape of the world in 2020

Like every January for the past 14 years, this month the GEAB outlines the landscape of the year that we are all about to navigate. Structuring trends, 32 key trends, a calendar of the year’s major dates and a round-the-world tour of the continents/regions risks make up this issue designed ...

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GEAB 140 – Looking back in the mirror

To be well prepared to welcome the new year, this whole issue is dedicated to an evaluation of the year’s work ! As every year in December, the evaluation of the “up and down trends” of last January was carried out, with a 70.5% success rate. Beyond these annual trends, ...

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November GEAB – From chaos to resilience

Chaos theory is very useful to bear in mind in times of systemic transition such as the one the world has been going through for the past twenty years or so. In the analysis of this global crisis that has been on us for 14 years, one of the question ...

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Lesson of political anticipation N°4 – A decision-making tool for everyone

It has been established by LEAP that its method of political anticipation should in any case remain “accessible-to-everyone”. Indeed whether a political leader, a corporate CEO, or an individual household head, good decision-making requires a thorough understanding of the elements of the decision’s investigation file. Indeed high-level decision-makers are surrounded ...

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LEAP-INSEEC / Political anticipation goes to school

For more than a year, Political Anticipation as defined by LEAP has been the subject of classes at the INSEEC group of private higher education. Introduction to the method, Anticipation applied to geopolitics, Political anticipation’s methods applied to the drafting of White Papers, Leadership and anticipation, Training of trainers, Deployment ...

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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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