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Old 2015-06-16, 23:56   Link #1
AnimeFan188
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Future Geopolitics

Stratfor has 11 chilling predictions for what the world will look like a
decade from now:


"The private intelligence firm Strategic Forecasting, or Stratfor, recently published its
Decade Forecast in which it projects the next 10 years of global political and
economic developments.

In many ways, Stratfor thinks the world of 10 years from now will be more
dangerous place, with US power waning and other prominent countries experiencing
a period of chaos and decline."

See:

http://www.businessinsider.com/strat...ow-2015-6?op=1


What other Geopolitical changes can we expect in the future?
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Old 2015-06-17, 00:11   Link #2
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Old 2015-06-17, 03:20   Link #3
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US abrsorb Canada, Mexico into a whole Union/Federation for better management of resources ( Oil, minerals ).
Eu expand and absorb more countries that have border with Russia. Middle east become worse with more country-splitting, ethnic conflict.
Asia grow bigger with the addition of Australia and Newzealand, China take their first economy crisis and lose some control over Tibet...That's all I can think for now
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Old 2015-06-17, 05:33   Link #4
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Originally Posted by AnimeFan188 View Post
Stratfor has 11 chilling predictions for what the world will look like a
decade from now:


"The private intelligence firm Strategic Forecasting, or Stratfor, recently published its
Decade Forecast in which it projects the next 10 years of global political and
economic developments.

In many ways, Stratfor thinks the world of 10 years from now will be more
dangerous place, with US power waning and other prominent countries experiencing
a period of chaos and decline."

See:

http://www.businessinsider.com/strat...ow-2015-6?op=1


What other Geopolitical changes can we expect in the future?
Reading the article, it honestly seems like how the US Government would like things to go. There plausible, but more the ways the US would like the branching paths to go.
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Old 2015-07-04, 14:53   Link #5
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This is getting interesting.

Saudi prince to visit Israel in unprecedented overture
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Old 2016-01-02, 20:37   Link #6
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The World in 2035: Britain’s Frightening Forecast:

"Britain's Ministry of Defense has released a new forecast of what the
world will look like in 2035, and it doesn't seem a friendly place for the
UK, let alone the U.S. The report, titled "Future Operating Environment
2035," is also interesting as a look at the world through the eyes of a
former imperial superpower managing the decline of its power."

See:

http://nationalinterest.org/feature/...forecast-14783
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Old 2016-03-08, 00:15   Link #7
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The Hollow State Politics: The Left Behinds vs.
Technorati:


"The western-style democratic nation-state is in deep decline. As I've
been warning for nearly a decade, the nation-state as we've known it is
rapidly hollowing out. Simply, this century's spike in globalization,
financialization, and technological change is gutting it and there's nothing
that can be done about it. Further, this decline isn't a secret anymore.
It's real and tangible and visible -- it's playing out in US politics right
now."

See:

http://globalguerrillas.typepad.com/...echnorati.html


If the nation-state goes away, what replaces it?
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Old 2017-06-18, 17:55   Link #8
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Game Changer:

"A number of recent articles have argued that America -- and the post WW2 order -- is
broken. Ian Bremmer, the president of Eurasia Group, a political-risk consultancy wrote
that the "Pax Americana, the stabilizing role played by the U.S. superpower, is no more.
The G-Zero era—where no one country (or constellation of countries) is willing or able to
assume the responsibility of global leadership—is now officially upon us. And it’s already
wreaking havoc." The phrase "G-Zero" is a play off the slogan of the G-20, which
assumed the world could be led by a small elite of countries. In a G-Zero world no one is
in charge of "the world"."


"If people go their separate ways such a divorce would be an astonishing defeat for the
Left. For the first time since 1917 it would be giving up its claim to guide the entire in
order to settle for parts. As late as 2016 it was possible to imagine an America led to a
"progressive" future by Hillary Clinton; an EU guiding all of Europe to a similar destiny
and the G20 taking the whole world to the same destination. Indeed everyone told
they were fated to follow an Arc of History. Yet after Brexit, Trump and G-Zero it is no
longer possible to visualize this outcome. A blue-red division would confirm the failure
to create a "progressive" world. No conceivable rollback will ever put Humpty Dumpty
together again."

See:

https://pjmedia.com/richardfernandez.../game-changer/
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Old 2017-06-29, 16:20   Link #9
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Bal Masqué:

"There's an arms race between the centralized Internet of Things and the decentralized
world of peer-to-peer everything, where all parties wear masks. By extension, it is also
a contest between one world order and its challenger. It's a close fight between the
decentralizers and the centralizers. There is much good in this: privacy; the gig
economy; Jack Ma's attempt to create a peer-to-peer business platform "connecting
small business enterprises in remote, rural and under-developed regions of China
directly to the global market place" to name a few."


"But for all the good it might do, the same technology can power ISIS and
cyberwarfare. It cuts in both directions. In good and bad ways the 21st century may
see a shift in power between the Westphalian states and individuals/affinity groups, in
favor of the latter. Perhaps we're already seeing this in the fracturing of 20th-century
political monoliths like the EU and to some extent, the United States. It is becoming
increasingly easy for factions to live among, listen to and do business exclusively
among themselves and ignore the others except as they have to trade with them.

Some former state functions -- telecommunications and postal services most
notably -- are no longer the province of the State. The cellphone revolution was the
first blow. In time, more traditional public sector roles may migrate in the same way.
Perhaps the only residual State function will be the provision of physical security. This
will lead to a new political architecture consisting of full countries, part countries and
very powerful affinity groups. Countries which ensure peace within their borders will
have local sovereignty. States which guarantee the order of the Global Commons,
notably the oceans and the information highways, will remain the only true great
powers. Countries which cannot provide internal security will effectively cease to be
sovereign, though they may fly a flag."

See:

https://pjmedia.com/richardfernandez...28/bal-masque/
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