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Florence of Arabia Apr 8
If you don’t have time to read our report, I’ve summarized key elements of it in this executive summary - can be read in an elevator ride.
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Eva Pejsova Jan 25
What’s to come in 2019? Just starting!
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Hans Huygens Jan 25
Nathalie van Raemdonck on ‘Developments to watch’ panel: social media groups tend to put strong borders on their bubble, excluding divergent opinions. Rather than instigating discussion, it stops it dead in tracks.
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Hans Huygens Jan 25
Last poll on what keeps us awake: question is of course what is ‘other’?
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Stanislav Secrieru Jan 25
membership in the Eurasian Economic Union does not guarantee problemless economic relation with
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ILIAS KATSAGOUNOS Jan 25
This is what I was anticipating ! It’s going to be an unbelievable panel.
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Florence of Arabia Apr 12
Sad truth is: we live longer than our parents, but we don’t age in better health. From 60 onwards we have multiple diseases. But what if we worked out more, stopped smoking & lost weight?
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Sinikukka Saari Jan 29
Last Friday I had the pleasure of participating in a panel and thus publicly kicking off my stint as an EUISS Senior Associate Analyst. Thank you, colleagues for a warm welcome!
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Nathalie Van Raemdonck Jan 25
"The global pace of change is overcoming the capacity of our international institutions. We're reaching an 'oh shit' moment" great opener from    for our conference
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Florian Trauner Jan 25
'Conflict in Middle East are often descendants of older conflicts' is drawing an unusual family picture at
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Mick O'Dwyer Apr 15
The new report by has been released : - The world is becoming less free - Global power is shifting - The world economy is turning East - Connectivity is the new geopolitics
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Eric Maurice Jan 25
Replying to @er1cmau
Participants of are quite optimistic for the future of European democracy. The question then would be “what kind of democracy?”
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Florence of Arabia Jun 8
Foresight quote of the day.
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Giovanni Faleg Jan 25
Panel on elections to watch at « 2019: What’s to come? » event in Brussels. Underlying challenges of violence at polls in , youth exclusion, fraud, violent extremist threat. Suggesting adopts a preventing electoral violence approach
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Florence of Arabia May 15
Science fiction, and seeing where it was off, teaches us to rethink our assumptions about how things will be.
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Nathalie Van Raemdonck Jan 25
Great speaking opportunity at our conference today, grateful to be working with brilliant colleagues 🤖🧠
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Ricardo Borges de Castro May 2
. at arguing that ‘defence of ’ will be a core responsibility for the in the future, together with the ongoing efforts to build a stronger ‘culture of preparedness.’ ;
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Giovanni Faleg Jan 25
« Does my vote matter? » Increasingly important question, especially for the , as many African countries have this year, with a dangerous precedent set by . Coming up in February: (16/2) and (24/2)
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Think Unthinkable Jan 25
The Benefit of Hindsight is a must-read by . Looking at past predictions is fun and revealing on assumptions and culture. It's great for improving foresight
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Stanislav Secrieru Jan 25
What if and leave the Eurasian Economic Union in 2021? Why and how it can unfold and what would be the consequences? this and other scenarios in just out of print new publication edited by
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