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    MONTHLY BAROMETER

Our one-page “inch-deep, mile-wide” predictive and analytical monthly newsletter that distills how the major macro issues (economics, geopolitics, society, environment and technology) intersect and impact today’s world. For more than a decade it has been a go-to, independent source of analysis for many time-starved key decision-makers. It reduces complexity and achieves clarity by conveying a simple (yet not simplistic) message. To paraphrase John Maeda, we take away the obvious and add the meaningful…

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    WEEKLY SELECTION

Every week we provide 5 insightful op-eds or articles to help you make sense of today’s world. These are often, though not exclusively, sourced from thinkers and experts from the Monthly Barometer’s network.

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    MB REPORTS

At regular intervals throughout the year the MB Reports offer independent and insightful research on the most pertinent issues. Innovative and exacting, these balanced research papers provide all-important clarity to make better decisions in the current complexity.

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LATEST EDITIONS

Weekly Selection

23 February 2024|Weekly Selection|

Ukraine under attack from the ‘weak man’. How the Jevons Paradox impacts the green transition. How AI is turbocharging chipmaking. Spring clean to avoid bureaucratic creep. The dangers of doom scrolling.[...]

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16 February 2024|Weekly Selection|

Can today's US productivity good news story become a permanent narrative? Why today’s chaotic times can be likened to a ’neo-medieval’ era. The story of Palantir and AI in Ukraine on the battle field and well beyond. The story of small and smart states. The incredible tale of MrBeast.[...]

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9 February 2024|Weekly Selection|

Why Europe should prepare itself for a Trump presidency. Europe is in better shape than many think. An argument in favour of the ’nanny state’. The invisible, unregulated march of AI into our everyday lives. How to avoid slipping into a doom spiral. [...]

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