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GEAB N°76 (June 16, 2013) - Contents

Alert for the second half of 2013 – Global systemic crisis II : second devastating explosion/social outburst on a worldwide scale

A 2008 Lehman type shock, the fire’s symbolic start and especially widespread awareness of the situation, has not yet occurred. This really isn’t good news because, over time, the situation is getting worse and it’s not a shock that one must prepare for but a devastating explosion… (page 2)

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EU 2014-2015: after the European Parliamentary elections, the stand-off between the Parliament and the European Council will encourage Euroland’s rise

The EU’s institutional architecture has always been, since the beginning of the European integration process, based on the shifting sands of political reality. If we only look at it at a given moment, one could be led to believe that the structure is sound, firmly rooted in European treaties. But the reality is quite different… (page 11)

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The world in 2030 – Diversification / infrastructures / education: anticipating an economy’s post-crisis capacity to rebound

If it’s necessary to have a view of short term events to navigate through this crisis of secular magnitude, one must never however lose sight of the big picture of the changes in the world, as we regularly remind GEAB readers. It’s the reason why it’s important not to forget the core trends which shape a society over the long term, i.e. over several decades (20 to 30 years)… (page 15)

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Global Governance - The Euro-BRICS rapprochement at the service of the system’s update or as a matrix for a new model?

Are the institutions of global governance, theoretically in charge of managing the crisis affecting the world for the last five years, structurally capable of undertaking the necessary reforms to create the conditions for an improvement in their effectiveness?… (page 27)

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Strategic and operational recommendations

Cash / oil / stock exchanges / bonds… (page 30)

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The GlobalEurometre - Results and Analyses

This month’s questionnaire reflects a high but constant concern about the economic signals, with the notable exception over the risk of bank failures which has become clearer once again… (page 33)

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3rd Euro-BRICS Seminar (Cannes, Sept. 27-28, 2012) - Programme
26/09/2012


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Euro-BRICS 2012-2014: Towards a set of thematic cooperation networks based on a specific political-diplomatic framework

organized by LEAP in partnership with MGIMO

PROGRAMME

Thursday 27/09/2012 - Towards the development of Euro-BRICS thematic networks (Salle Estérel 1)

09.00 - 09.30 Welcome

09.30 - 10.00 Opening

. Welcome word by Marie-Hélène Caillol, President LEAP/E2020

. Introduction by Valery Vorobiev, Vice-rector of MGIMO, Ambassador, Professor in title, Department of Constitutional Law, Moscow, Russia

10.00 - 11.00 Networks in the field of science and technology

. Discussing a challenging dependency; the general rise in S&T networking as evidenced through co-publication, by Michael Kahn, Professor Extraordinaire, Stellenbosch University, South Africa

. Emerging research areas: new energy - new cosmology - new economics - Towards the development of thematic networks Euro-BRICS, by Bruno Paul, Doctor in Sciences, Offering Manager for Agile Projects - AtoS France / A graduate from LEAP’s Academy, Paris, France

. Human capital and the knowledge economy in the EU and the BRICS, by Anna Makarenko, professor, Dept of Economic Theory, MGIMO Moscow, Russia

11.30 - 13.00 Networks in the field of socio-economics

. Euro-BRICS Cooperation in Trade Policy Issues, by Tatiana Isatchenko, professor, Dept of International Economic Relations, MGIMO Moscow, Russia

. The influence of the Euro-BRICS cooperation on the modernization of the Russian economy, by Youri Gontcharov, Deputy Head of the Human Resources Department, MGIMO Moscow, Russia

14.30 - 16.00 Networks in the field of commodities energy and environment

. Realities and Potentialities in Climate/Energy Policies Cooperation, by Eduardo Viola, Professor of International Relations, University of Brasilia / Member of BRICS Studies and Research Centre, Brazil

. Euro-Brazil: the 5 main tracks for a Euro-Brazil cooperation in the Euro-BRICS context, by Pedro Simoes, Graduate from LEAP’s Academy, Lisbon, Portugal

16.30 - 18.00 Networks in the field of security and global governance

. Among EU / BRICS - In six years of existence, the BRICS become a factor that has global significance, by Valery Vorobiev, Vice-rector of MGIMO, Ambassador, Professor in title, Department of Constitutional Law, MGIMO, Moscow, Russia

. Euro-BRICS Policy Coordination for Global Governance, K. N. Harilal, Member State Planning Board, Government of Kerala, India

. BRICS and the global governance, with China’s joining into the multilateral trading system as an example, by Song Hong, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (CASS), China

. Political-diplomatic framework for Euro-BRIC cooperation, by Alexander Zhebit, Professor of International relations, Universidade Federal de Rio de Janeiro, Brasil

. Multipolarity: Evolving a consensus within the political-diplomatic framework of Euro-BRICS cooperation, by Chandrasekharan Jayanthi, Adjunct professor, University Apeejay STYA, Haryana, India

Friday 28/09/2012 - Considerations about a political-diplomatic framework for Euro-BRICS cooperation (Salle Estérel)

10.00 - 11.00 Debate among the participants on the question of a political-diplomatic framework for Euro-BRICS cooperation

Debate

11.30 - 13.00 Defining concrete proposals for a political-diplomatic framework for Euro-BRICS cooperation, bound to a calendar

. From the diplomacy of states to that of networks: powers and areas of interest, by Eugenia Obitchkina, Professor in title, Department of International Relations and Foreign Policy of Russia, MGIMO

. Russia and Brazil in the BRICS, the dynamics of political ambitions in the new global imbalances, by Ludmila Okouneva, Director of BRICS Centre, MGIMO Moscow, Russia

. Towards a Euro-Brics Schengen system, by Harald Greib, Vice-President LEAP/E2020

. A Shield against Common Risks: What EU and BRICS Should Do As European leaders visiting China these two years, by Zhu Changzheng, Macro-Economics Desk Chief, Caixin Media Company Limited, Beijing

14.30 - 16.00 Potential articulation between this Euro-BRICS political-diplomatic framework and the G20, namely in the perspective of the Moscow G20 Summit

. Introduction to the debate, by Marie-Hélène Caillol, President LEAP/E2020

16.30 - 18.00 Identifying 10 recommendations to Euro-BRICS leaders

Debate


PARTICIPANTS

1. Franck Biancheri, Director of Studies, LEAP/E2020

2. Marie-Hélène Caillol, President LEAP/E2020

3. Baudouin de Sonis, Executive manager, e-Forum & EU-China-Forum / Associate director, IERI (Institut Européen des Relations Internationales), Belgium

4. Zhu Changzheng, Macro-Economics Desk Chief, Caixin Media Company Limited, Beijing, China

5. Yuri Gontcharov, Deputy Head of the Human Resources Department, MGIMO Moscow, Russia

6. Harald Greib, Vice-President LEAP/E2020, Hamburg, Germany

7. K. N. Harilal, Member State Planning Board, Government of Kerala, India

8. Song Hong, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (CASS), China

9. Tatiana Isatchenko, Professor, Dept of International Economic Relations, MGIMO Moscow, Russia

10. Chandrasekharan Jayanthi, Adjunct professor, University Apeejay STYA, Haryana, India

11. Michael Kahn, Professor Extraordinaire, Stellenbosch University, South Africa

12. Caroline Lubbers, Public Relations, LEAP/E2020, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

13. Anna Makarenko, Professor, Departmet of Economic Theory, MGIMO Moscow, Russia

14. Philippe Micaelli, CEO & Founder at Alphaprym, Paris, France

15. Eugenia Obitchkina, Professor in title, Department of International Relations and Foreign Policy of Russia, MGIMO, Moscow, Russia

16. Ludmila Okouneva , Director of BRICS Centre, MGIMO Moscow, Russia

17. Bruno Paul, Doctor in Sciences, Offering Manager for Agile Projects - AtoS France / A graduate from LEAP’s Academy, Paris, France

18. Pedro Simoes, A graduate from LEAP’s Academy, Lisbon, Portugal

19. Michael Timmermans, MAP editor, LEAP/E2020, Brussels, Belgium

20. Eduardo Viola, Professor of International Relations, University of Brasilia / Member of BRICS Studies and Research Centre, Brazil

21. Valery Vorobiev, Vice-rector of MGIMO, Ambassador, Professor in title, Department of Constitutional Law, Moscow, Russia

22. Alexander Zhebit, Professor of International relations, Universidade Federal de Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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