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All our open access (free) complimentary and sponsored insights and foresights.

You will find here various in-depth articles, most of the time those presiding to the beginning of a new section, from in-depth analysis to monitoring of a new issue, through scenario-building.

Sponsored articles concern specific areas or issues or particularly important articles.

You will also find the signals of our Horizon Scanning board as well as shorter articles related to past weekly scans, which must be considered if future longer term trends and evolutions are to be understood.

All weekly scans for weak signals can be accessed here.

Each week our scan collects weak – and less weak – signals for global changes, national and international security, political and geopolitical risk of interest to private and public actors. … Continue reading The Red (Team) Analysis Weekly – 13 December 2018

On 3 December 2018, i.e. two days before the opening of the 2018 UN Climate Change Conference – its 24th meeting (COP 24), in Katowice, at the very heart of Poland coal country, Jair Bolsonaro, the new president of Brazil, announced that his country would not organize the following round of negotiations, i.e the COP 25, … Continue reading Understanding (or not) the Nature of Climate Change as a Planetary Threat

Each week our scan collects weak – and less weak – signals for global changes, national and international security, political and geopolitical risk of interest to private and public actors. … Continue reading Turmoil in Europe – The Red (Team) Analysis Weekly – 6 December 2018

France faces an escalating protest movement. This movement is called the “Yellow Vests”. The French government appears to be always late in the way it answers it; political analysts appear to be surprised by what is happening and to struggle to understand. Meanwhile, violence increases.
To contribute to the explanation of the French Yellow Vest movement, … Continue reading Understanding the French Yellow Vests Movement and its Crescendo (1)

Each week our scan collects weak – and less weak – signals for global changes, national and international security, political and geopolitical risk of interest to private and public actors. … Continue reading The Red (Team) Analysis Weekly – 29 November 2018

Each week our scan collects weak – and less weak – signals for global changes, national and international security, political and geopolitical risk of interest to private and public actors.
Editorial: Tension appears to rise so high and increasingly so between the U.S. and China (including considering the threat China’s progress in Quantum Information Science creates for American SIGINT –Continue reading The Ever Rising U.S.-China Tension – The Red (Team) Analysis Weekly – 22 November 2018

This article provides a first assessment of the prospects for the German 3 billion euros funding for its new November 2018 Artificial Intelligence Strategy in the global AI-power race. It notably finds that this constitutes a possible challenge in the current AI-power race for private and public actors alike: Germany strikes back but the road ahead is competitive. The possible quantum disruption to AI might be one fruitful strategic choice for Germany, as well as for France and the UK (in a geographical and historical European perspective)…. Read more

This week’s scan and its collection of weak – and less weak – signals for strategic global changes, national and international security, political and geopolitical risk, or external risks of interest to private and public actors.

Each week our scan collects weak – and less weak – signals for strategic global changes, national and international security, political and geopolitical risk, or external risks of interest to private and public actors.

Each week our scan collects weak – and less weak – signals for global changes, national and international security, political and geopolitical risk or external risks of interest to private and public actors.

Read below our latest complimentary Weekly horizon scanning.

Each section of the scan focuses on signals related to a specific theme: world (international politics and geopolitics); economy; science; analysis, strategy and futures; AI, technology and weapons; energy and environment. However, in a complex world, categories are merely a convenient way to present information, when facts and events interact across boundaries.