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GEAB TV – Digging into the future with Swinkels & Caillol #1

LEAP launches a new format, the monthly “Digging into the future with Swinkels and Caillol” video-casts. These videos are aimed at providing a framework for discussing topics picked by Veronique Swinkels in each new GEAB edition. CyberJungle, Amazon Rainforest, rogue wave crises hitting Europe… were the subjects chosen for this ...

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November GEAB – Europe and the next wave of crises

The GEAB is a crisis bulletin, but our team of researchers often explores how the system is being mended and reinvented. Not in this issue entirely dedicated to anticipating the giga-crises that the final period of systemic transition promises. Europe is at the centre of this exercise of observation of ...

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October GEAB – Back to reality

The October issue of our confidential letter follows the “back to reality” trend discerned by our research team. Indeed, we believe that the growing illusion of world domination in which the West has been living for the past 15 years, which has resulted in the nameless mismanagement of trillions of ...

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September GEAB – Elements of a new world

Rather than focusing on the immense looming crises linked to the pandemic, the GEAB is taking a step forward and looking at the potential for crises linked to the “innovations” that this Covidian world is fostering outside any global framework, starting with the savage colonisation of space inaugurated by SpaceX, ...

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July GEAB – Deep dive into the GEAB archives (special edition)

It’s a really exceptional edition this GEAB of July! Proposed by LEAP’s junior team, it was conceived as a precious document for tomorrow’s historians who will write the history of the global systemic crisis of the beginning of the 21st century. After two months of deep-sea exploration of the GEAB ...

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May GEAB: US election 2020 and GlobalAmerica

For the first time in a long time in an election year, the world is not living at the pace of the US presidential campaign but at the pace of a virus. And yet, if there is one year in which the election could hold surprises, it is this one. ...

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