No76 – 29 November 2012 Many signals with potential crucial strategic impacts, and among them, Egyptian President Morsi and his decree granting him absolute powers, continuing, rising discontent in Europe, and the BRIC’S move on the global financial chessboard. Click on image to read on Paper.li or scroll down to access current issue below.
No74 – 15 November 2012 Patterns, battles and conflicts, ongoing, escalating or to come, emerge as articles are read in clusters, as a system: e.g. US as top oil producer with Peak oil theorists disagreeing, the battle for the Arctic, Chinese Energy thinking and 6C increase in temperatures. Click on image to read on Paper.li … Continue reading The Red (team) Analysis Weekly No74, 15 November 2012
No73 – 8 November 2012 Click on image to read on Paper.li or scroll down to access current issue below.
No72 – 1 November 2012 Some weak signals towards a change of paradigm, besides the usual tense hotspots and their aftermaths – which do contribute to the change of paradigm. Maybe an opening window of opportunity that might ease the escalation Israel-Iran… “maybe” because, there, signals are contradicting. Click on image to read on Paper.li … Continue reading The Red (team) Analysis Weekly No72, 1 November 2012
No57 – 19 July 2012 to No 66 – 20 September 2012
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No56 – 13 July 2012 – Click on the image below to read on Paper.Li (best with mobiles & tablets)
As we are testing new ways to gather weak signals, and as the results obtained yesterday were not satisfying, this week, exceptionally, The Weekly is published on Friday. It will resume being published on Thursdays next week. Over the summer, most of the time, the information gathered will be raw, i.e. not edited, thus don’t hesitate to dig deep into the various sections to find weak signals and signals seeing their strength evolving.
Last week’s summary: In 2012 EVT, in Everstate (the ideal-type corresponding to our very real countries created to foresee the future of the modern nation-state), people seek security as they increasingly feel the negative impact of various pressures and threats on their life. Henceforth they turn to their political authorities and even start trying to compel them to provide this security. Through those actions, Everstatans start to remember that, as part of the nation, they are also rulers of Everstate. Yet, the situation is growing worse because the tasks of governance have grown more complex while the governing system and the polity are not yet adapted to the new conditions. (The reader can click on each picture to see a larger version in a new tab). Deepening budget … Continue reading 2012 EVT: Budget Deficit and Liquidity (The Chronicles of Everstate)
No17, 13 October 2011
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