Grand discours de François Hollande : "Une nouvelle Europe doit voir le jour"  17/03/2012

Renaissance, le mot est juste. Une Europe nouvelle doit voir le jour, plus solide, plus solidaire, plus sociale. Les conservateurs dirigent l’Europe depuis de longues années, de trop longues années. Leur bilan est lourd. L’Europe, en effet, traverse la plus grave crise de son histoire, crise financière, crise économique, crise politique et même une crise institutionnelle — pour ne pas dire existentielle. Et ils n’y seraient pour rien ! Les marchés dominent, l’austérité s’impose, la récession s’installe, le chômage s’accroît, et non, ils n’y sont toujours pour rien !...

François Hollande

GEAB N°84 - Contents

- Published on April 17, 2014 -

Europe dragged into a division of the world between debtors and creditors: the United States' desperate solutions for not sinking alone
In the present confrontation between Russia and the West over the Ukrainian crisis, the image of the Cold War inevitably comes to mind and the media are obviously fond of it. However, contrary to what it gives us to understand, it’s not Russia that seeks the return of an iron curtain but really the US. An iron curtain separating the old powers and emerging nations; the world before and the world afterwards; debtors and creditors… (page 2)
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Crisis Alert for European governance – Risk of a Very Large Separation between EU leaders/European people
The Ukrainian crisis has triggered Europe’s derailment which henceforth explodes the risk of Europe’s drift outside the future tracks of peace, independence and democracy to a worrying probability which we estimate at 85%… (page 13)

Investments, trends et recommendations
American stock exchange
European bonds
Start-ups… (page 28)

GlobalEurometre - Results and analyses
The results of these last three questionnaires are little changed, dating from the onset of the Euro-Russian crisis which has probably had the effect of diverting Europeans from the usual subjects of concern: the economy, finances and currencies…, in favour of the more geopolitical and military topics… (page 30)