Different Scenarios for 2037: ‘European fragmentation and decline’

Posted on 19. November 2012 by Noora Löfström European fragmentation and decline? The name Europe is a definition for a geographical space consisting of multiple semi-closed border nation-states. These states consist of a homogeneous population. These people eat their own traditional food which grows in their own country and backyard. All foreign goods are taxed and … Continue reading Different Scenarios for 2037: ‘European fragmentation and decline’

Different Scenarios for 2037: ‘Democratic Glocalisation’

Posted on 19. November 2012 by Leticia Díez Sánchez The 13th November, some FutureLabbers had the opportunity to participate in the europe@debate event ‘Imagining Europe in 2037: Scenarios for the future’ held in Paris in collaboration with the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation. One of the three scenarios presented, ‘Democratic Glocalisation’, claims that in 2037 democracy strikes back … Continue reading Different Scenarios for 2037: ‘Democratic Glocalisation’

New East, New Powers – Europe in the Asia-Pacific Century

Posted on 22. October 2012 by Heidi Beha If you are given the secret mission to conquer Asia when you are playing ‘Risk,’ the strategic board game, then you have got quite a job on your hands. It is not an easy card to play. After all, you are being asked to conquer twelve regions from … Continue reading New East, New Powers – Europe in the Asia-Pacific Century