Europe – the European Union – is in a dire condition: It is confronted with a number of developments – internally as well as externally – that undermine its foundation, its very existence. Several unfavourable developments tend to reinforce each other, potentially causing a ‘perfect storm’, as I will explain in a series of articles.
Europe, its stability, cannot taken for granted: Europe can unravel.
The article – with the title ‘Europe: A Perfect Storm’ – consists of a number of parts I will publish the coming week.
In Part I, I address the question: ‘Where does Europe come from?’ by making use of the study ‘Social integration and expansion in anarchistic systems: How connectivity and our urge to survive determine and shape the war dynamics of the System’, and with the more alarming title: ‘2020: WARning. Patterns in war dynamics reveal disturbing developments’.
In the parts that follow, I discuss the developments that Europe now is confronted with, how they interact, and what the System’s response could be; there is reason for serious concern.