Last week’s summary: Everstate (An ideal-type for our very real countries created to foresee the future of the modern nation-state, to which we now attribute values to be able to develop the scenarios) is a middle-range power located on the Eurasian land mass and part of the international liberal order. It is ruled under a democratic parliamentary regime and obeys an array of norms and their institutional administrative offshoots at international, regional and national level. Its governance is thus complex. Lately, it started being less efficient and as a result began to fail to ensure the security of Everstate’s citizens. (Click on each picture to see a larger version in a new tab). An increasingly inefficient economy Meanwhile, the economy was … Continue reading Everstate: Setting the stage (II)

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