October 30th, already five years… and an absence always so cruel for his family, his friends, but also for Europe distraught in the storm. Let us remember the optimism of his will. In his memory, his friends and fellow companions pay tribute by sharing words, pictures, …, right here on this ...Read More »
#CITIZENSROUTE – 1st E-Café debate: Looking at the Catalan crisis from a European angle – Online 6 Nov. 2017
The #CitizensRoute (A Franck Biancheri Network initiative) initiates its first e-Café debate! You are cordially invited to join us for an online public debate on Monday, November 6th at 18.00. The objective is to mobilise the organisational and political network of partners on burning issues, to create a dynamic debate around the #CitizensRoute ...Read More »
Global Systemic Crisis / End of 2017: High turbulence zone! Finance – Freedom – Security – Kaliningrad: Avoid the Third World War now!
PUBLIC REVIEW of our monthly bulletin GEAB (October, 2017). Subscribe here ! More than three years after the Ukraine-related Euro-Russian catastrophe, there is no hope of an end to this crisis. On the contrary, the tension inexorably keeps climbing: Donbass still at war, annexation of Crimea by Russia not recognised by the international community,… ...Read More »
[PODCAST] Marie-Hélène Caillol and Giorgio Clarotti invited by Radio Lingvistika for an interview: European Citizenship, how?
Tuesday 3 October 2017 – Brussels: Marie-Hélène Caillol et Giorgio Clarotti were invited by Konrad Fuhrmann et Catherine Vieilledent-Monfort (European Commission) on Radio Lingvistika for an interview on the issue: “European citizenship, how?”. “Marie-Hélène Caillol and Giorgio Clarotti are alumni of the European Movement AEGEE (Association des Etats Généraux des Etudiants de ...Read More »
Interview of Marie-Hélène Caillol: Political Anticipation of Global Systemic Crisis (by Hrvoje Moric for Guadalajara Geopolitics Institute)
Guadalajara Geopolitics Institute: “We are speaking with Marie-Hélène Caillol, the co-founder and president of LEAP the European laboratory of political anticipation which publishes the fantastic newsletter GEAB, Global Europe Anticipation Bulletin. Now, LEAP is a rarety in the world of think-tanks because you are independent and as neutral on objectives ...Read More »
A reaction to our GEAB article on Petroyuan, by Irina Yarigina: Professor at the Financial University of Moscow
It goes without saying, that there are several prerequisites for national currencies usage: reliable economic and financial developments, economic demand of the currency, ability of the national currency to perform as the money abroad (payments, savings, exchange base, etc.), low level of transaction costs (favorable conditions for relations), legislation, that ...Read More »
Comments on a proposed “Treaty for the Democratisation of the Eurozone” by Thomas Piketty and Friends (Christel Hahn)
Piketty’s “Pour un traité de démocratisation de l’Europe”, which is available in french since March, has just been released in german as „Für ein anderes Europa“ (for a different Europe). The subtitle of the german book clarifies, that the book presents a „Treaty for the Democratisation of the Eurozone“1, a very specific project, which ...Read More »
PUBLIC REVIEW of our monthly bulletin GEAB (September, 2017). Subscribe here ! Qatar, North Korea, the Baltic Sea, risk of a World War III… and all the military ranting mentioned in the media lately, are issues going hand in hand with the programmed and imminent advent of the catastrophic scenario for the dollar as ...Read More »
On June 8, the British elected a new Parliament where a Common’s majority escaped from Prime Minister Theresa May and her Conservative Party. … result of this election for Theresa May is that it allows it to justify a change of negotiation line, moving from a hard-Brexit project to a soft-Brexit, ...Read More »
PUBLIC REVIEW of our monthly bulletin GEAB (June, 2017). Subscribe here ! Our loyal readers will not have been surprised by the result of Theresa May’s early election. Not only had we put in perspective a defeat of Theresa May, despite the favourable outcome given to her by the polls; but, from Greece to ...Read More »