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Global Europe Anticipation Bulletin
The GEAB (Global Europe Anticipation Bulletin) is a monthly electronic publication coordinated by the Laboratoire Européen d’Anticipation Politique (LEAP), distributed by Editions Anticipolis. It is an affordable, decision and analysis support instrument intended for all those for whom the understanding of future world developments examined from a truly European perspective constitutes a significant part of their work or project. The GEAB is a rational tool for analyzing and understanding the trends which fashion our immediate future. Each issue’s contents are exclusive and confidential (not made available to the public until three months later). To find out more about our confidential letter or read our public announcements click here
"EUROPE : COMMUNITY OR EMPIRE?" by Franck Biancheri
“ Or else, she (Europe) can sink into the ruts of history and be the “murdered Mozart” of the 21st century’s politics. Then, unconsciously, it will suffice to get rid of the concept and name of Community (reference to its innovative origin) in order to put back on the classical coat of “power-union”, of “United States”. (The main problem of the “union” is that for it to live, diversity must die. History tells us so ... For a year now, they keep telling us about this European Union.) A failure of individuals and minorities facing a centre and a bureaucracy aiming to control, to standardise and not to develop. A failure of the peace ideals also, because an empire is always providing platforms where conflicts and wars prolife­rate, a sine qua non condition for the maintenance of interior peace. Finally, the failure of a positive contribution to man­kind, because an empire needs enemies, whilst a Community requires partners. ” If we (Anticipolis Editions) chose to publish this unpublished text it is because these ques­tions are still so bitterly actual. At a time when we are undergoing major political, institutional and political upheavals, 25 years after the choice of the “Union”, the inherent risks for the Maastricht Treaty defined by Franck Biancheri are currently getting ready to come out. For the last ten years or so, we have witnessed the implo­sion of the Union project inaugurated by the Maastricht Treaty. Re-reading Franck Biancheri’s anticipations helps to understand the springs of failure and to build the next Europe from the lessons learned and on a much better understood foundation.
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"The emergence of eurocitizens" by Franck Biancheri
This book offers a novel point of view on the recent history of the European construction process by taking close look at the creation and development of the first large-scale European student network, 1985.
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"2015 - The big fall of Western real estate" by Sylvain Perifel, Philippe Schneider
The big fall of the Western real estate" by Sylvain Perifel, Philippe Schneider This book is a real decision-making tool which, thanks to clear analysis, essential data, closely reasoned arguments, forecasts with not only dates but numbers, and advice will be useful for both the individual and the real estate professional.
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"A Manual of political anticipation " by Marie-Hélène Caillol
What is political anticipation? What is its use? What are the tools, principles and rules which shape it? What are its limits? These are the questions which this small manual will try and answer.
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"World crisis, the path to the world afterwards " by Franck Biancheri
In this uncompromising book, Franck Biancheri (born 1961, Director of Studies at the Laboratoire Européen d'Anticipation Politique) attempts to address the lack of anticipation of European leaders and elites when it comes to the crisis and presents a concrete vision of the future in France, Europe and the world by 2020.
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