No41 – 29 March 2012 Click on the image below to read on Paper.Li (best with mobiles & tablets) China, China, and China again, the BRICS’ power… are we back to the usual – relatively – safe (read “known”) order? But, wait a minute: the “US debt ceiling D-Day” could be in September, the Eurozone crisis …
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No40 – 24 March 2012 – Click on the image below to read on Paper.Li (best with mobiles & tablets) (archives are still not back online – update March 29)
Paper.Li is still down, and the team is working on the problem. The next post for The Weekly will be for No 40… whenever this will be. We wish the Paper.Li team all the best with solving the issue.
As Paper.Li is down, at least since early this morning (22 March – CET), this delays accordingly The Weekly. We shall resume as soon as Paper.Li has solved its problems.
No39 – 15 March 2012 Click on the image below to read on Paper.Li (best with mobiles & tablets)
No38 – 8 March 2012 – A mad world: “Schizophrenic,” “Manic” are some of the epithets increasingly used to describe the markets. Should we extend this qualification to all other issues? In this case, the weak signals would not be so much about issues but about the worrying way various actors have to deal or not …
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No37, 1st March 2012 Horizon Scanning for National Security Click on the picture below to access No37
No 36, 23rd February 2012 A feeling of surreality? Faced with so many possibilities to choose a featured article, from the ever rising tension with Iran, to China‘s ever flexing muscles despite signs of potential malaise, Turkey‘s efforts to carve for itself a new global place whatever the impact, Russia‘s renewed roaring assertion, the continuing …
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No35, 16th February 2012 Click on the picture below to access the Weekly
No34, 9th February 2012 Not if but when? It looks like the small window of opportunity that was trying hard to open regarding Iran is closing, while weak signals are a warning of a revival of the global crisis throughout all countries, with China still cast as potential winner. Click on the picture below to access …
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