With new threats appearing almost at random, no one can predict the global future, but we can suggest future possibilities if current trends, such as nationalism and domestic insecurity, play out or combine in particular ways. Our latest white paper begins with near-term (five years) and then long-term projections (twenty years). The trends of that twenty-year look frame three scenarios to consider.
Against that backdrop, SMA’s Greg Treverton comments on US policy in the Trump administration, with emphasis on what it might mean for poorer countries. You can read this white paper on our website at http://www.smawins.com/Home/News_Details/37.
About the Authors
Gregory Treverton left the chairmanship of the National Intelligence Council in January 2017. He has written widely on strategy and intelligence, and served in government on the Hill and on the National Security Council staff. He is an executive advisor to SMA.
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