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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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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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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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A Valentine Gift from South Africa, by Michael Kahn

So what is the state of South Africa, twenty four years into the democratic experiment? As with all questions, the answer differs according to who one asks, and where they stand, the latter being understood both literally and metaphorically. Valentine’s Day 2018 witnessed the grudging resignation of President Jacob Gedleyihlekisa ...

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