The Red (team) Analysis Weekly No33, 2nd February 2012

No33, 2nd February 2012 Convergence? As an opportunity to see tension appeased with Iran, although not shared by all, appears, as beliefs in financial and economic recovery emerge, convergence of heavy threats could also take place in the background, with now a heavy cyber-security component in terms of ways and means. Click on the picture below […]

The Red (team) Analysis Weekly No32, 26th January 2012

No32, 26th January 2012 Domestic and international tensions are increasingly entwined in a pattern that is not likely to recede soon. Positively, an effort has started to tackle our very outdated models. Meanwhile our chessboard and the frontiers of plausibility are being redrawn to include space and cloaking. Click on the picture below to access […]

The Red (team) Analysis Weekly No31, 19th January 2012

No31, 19th January 2012 Moves on a dangerous chessboard: On the current – unsurprising now – chessboard of serious financial and economic crisis, tension with Iran, and resources and energy difficulties, further signs of concern appear as actors, old and new, from citizens to governments through private companies, from China to the US through Romania and […]

The Red (Team) Analysis Weekly No30, 12th January 2012

No30, 12th January 2012 Sitting on a powder keg: The signals of the last weeks are growing stronger. Tension with Iran continues to increase, and impact on oil prices could starkly affect the economy – and financial markets and trade and supply – while uncertainty regarding the economic situation in China and India rises. Meanwhile, […]

The Red (team) Analysis Weekly No29, 5th January 2012

No29, 5th January 2012 For a while now, we have been documenting the rising tension with Iran, which is now a crisis with, beyond direct security impacts effect on oil prices and trade and the economy. Meanwhile weak – and strong – signals regarding the worsening global food situation and related impacts, the continuing and […]

The Red (team) Analysis Weekly No28, 29th December 2011

No28, 29th December 2011 The tension with Iran did not abate, while signs of spreading economic recession multiply. However, this end of year saw a boost in optimism in those focusing on high-tech and future technologies, however without questioning in which way resource depletion, economic and financial turmoil and related domestic impact as well as […]

The Red (team) Analysis Weekly No27, 22d December 2011

No27, 22d December 2011 Weak signals of polarisation are emerging regarding the interactions between the new opposition nexus and political authorities, and prospects for further and more widespread instability rise, notably in India – no need to mention Europe anymore. In the meantime, international tension does not abate with Iran, and now a transition going […]

The Red (team) Analysis Weekly No26, 15th December 2011

No26, 15th December 2011 Rising tension with Iran, Syria, disaster in Durban and more largely on the ecosystem front, China’s multi-dependency and the continuing financial Armageddon. Meanwhile, the paradigm slowly changes: in the U.S. higher taxes for the richest are discussed and …applied (not really on the agenda in ultra-liberal Europe?), while the structure of […]

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