In fall 1996, the National Intelligence Council (NIC) and the Institute for National Strategic Studies (INSS) held a series of conferences at National Defense University to identify key global trends and their impact on major regions and countries of the globe. The exercise was designed to help describe and assess major features of the political world as they will appear in the year 2010. The NIC, an independent government body, emphasises that its report is not about "crystal-ball gazing" but offers a range of potential futures, including the following key trends. Англоязычный докум
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NIC Global Trends 2015 - Free download as PDF File (.pdf), Text File (.txt) or read online for free. "Over the past 15 months, the National Intelligence Council (NIC), in close collaboration with US Government specialists and a wide range of experts outside the government, has worked to identify major drivers and trends that will shape the world of 2015. Taken together, these drivers and trends intersect to create an integrated picture of the world of 2015, about which we can make projections with varying degrees of confidence and identify some troubling uncertainties of strategic importa "Over the past 15 months, the National Intelligence Council (NIC), in close collaboration with US Government specialists and a wide range of experts outside the government, has worked to identify major drivers and trends that will shape the world of 2015.
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Many of the judgments in this paper derive from our efforts to distill the diverse views expressed at these conferences or related workshops. Major conferences cosponsored by the NIC with other government and private centers in support of Global Trends 2015 included: Foreign Reactions to the Revolution in Military Affairs (Georgetown University). Evolution of the Nation-State (University of Maryland).
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Global Trends 2015: A Dialogue About the Future With Nongovernment Experts
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Germany - IOM’s Global Migration Trends Factsheet 2015 presents a snapshot of the migration trends worldwide for the year 2015, based on migration statistics from a variety of sources. In 2015, the number of international migrants worldwide – people residing in a country other than their country of birth – was the highest ever recorded, at 244 million (up from 232 million in 2013). As a share of the world population, however, international migration has remained fairly constant over the past decades, at around 3 percent.
UNHCR Global Trends 2015 03. Young Syrian boy flies a homemade kite made from a piece of insulation in Azraq Camp, Jordan – home to tens of thousands of Syrian refugees. 04 UNHCR Global Trends 2015. “We are facing the biggest refugee and displacement crisis of our time. Above all, this is not just a crisis of numbers; it is also a crisis of solidarity.”
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Global Trends 2015–2025: Divergence, Disruption, and Innovation 1. Executive Summary. • Geopolitical realignment: Geopolitical instability is increasing, with near-term instability concentrated in the Middle East, North Africa, and South Asia. A leadership void is complicating the ability to develop effective responses to mounting policy challenges. Global Trends 2015–2025: Divergence, Disruption, and Innovation 1. Global Trends 2015–2025: Divergence, Disruption, and Innovation 2. Introduction. Global Trends 2015–2025 offers an analysis of the critical trends shaping our world today and in the decade ahead. We have identified 12 macro trends that will play an outsize role in the current and future operating environment for businesses, governments, and citizens around the globe.
Global Trends 2015: A dialogue about the future with non-governmentexpert. Natural resources and environment. Food. Driven by advances in agricultural technologies, world food grain production and stocks in 2015 will be adequate to meet the needs of a growing world population. Despite the overall adequacy of food, problems of distribution and availability will remain. The global economy will continue to become more energy efficient through 2015. Traditional industries, as well as transportation, are increasingly efficient in their energy use. Moreover, the most dynamic growth areas in the global economy, especially services are less energy intensive than the economic activities that they replace. Energy production also is becoming more efficient. Global economic growth, along with population increases, will drive a nearly 50 per cent increase in the demand for energy over the next 15 years.
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NIC 2012-001. ISBN 978-1-929667-21-5 To view electronic version: www.dni.gov/nic/globaltrends Facebook.com/odni.nic Twitter: @odni_nic. Ice ofthe dire. Nal intellige. I would like to point out several innovations in Global Trends 2030. This volume starts with a look back at the four previous Global Trends reports. We were buoyed by the overall positive review in the study we commissioned, but cognizant too of the scope for needed changes, which we have tried to incorporate in this volume. Our aim has been to make this effort as collaborative as possible, believing that a diversity of perspectives enriches the work. We have reached out to experts far beyond Washington, D.C. We have held numerous meetings, many in universities, in Indiana, Texas, California,
Global Trends 2015
For Global Trends 2015, we engaged more numerous and more varied groups of non-US Government experts, most of whom were American citizens. For the third iteration, Global Trends 2020, we greatly expanded the participation of non-American specialists by convening six seminars on five continents. We also increased the number and varied the format of meetings in the United States. These sessions enhanced our understanding of both specific trends and drivers and the ways these factors were perceived by experts in different regions of the world. Each past iteration produced an even more interesting The reports can be found at www.dni.gov/nic/NIC_global trends 2015.html and www.dni.gov/nic/NIC_2020_project.html respectively. 3. individuals play more important roles.
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Global trends 2030: Alternative Worlds Economic growth might decline in “aging” countries. sixty pe Payments strategies 2015-2020-2030. Payments systems visions, strategies, trends, pilots, forecasting, and planning for the short-, medium-, and far-term. Global Trends 2030 A sad world vision publication of NIC. 02 September 2013 | 3544 views | 0. Global trends 2030: Alternative Worlds. Economic growth might decline in “aging” countries. sixty percent of the world’s population will live in urbanized areas; migration will increase. food, Water, energy nexus demand for these resources will grow substantially owing to an increase in the global population. tackling problems pertaining to one comm
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Большую группу глобальных прогнозов будущего мировой экономики и экономик отдельных стран мира составляют разработки западных правительст-венных (Центральное разведывательное Агентство США, Национальный разве-дывательный совет США (National Intelligence Council, NIC), Северо-атлантический альянс (NАТО)) и неправительственных организаций (Органи-зация Объединенных Наций, Центр «Stratfor», «Берлинский центр исследова-ний будущего» (Berlin Center for Future Research) и др.), а также исследования некоторых американских и институтов и. университетов (Стэнфордский иссле-довательский институт, Гарвар 6 Global Trends 2015: A Dialogue About the Future With Nongovernment Experts, NIC 2000 -02, December.
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Global Trends 2015 Video. UNHCR's annual Global Trends report shows that 65.3 million people, or one person in 113, were displaced from their homes by conflict and persecution in 2015. Related news and stories. News. UNHCR chief urges African leaders to tackle displacement. Stories. Live Blog: World Refugee Day gets under way amid record displacement. News.
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www.dni.gov/nic/globaltrends Facebook.com/odni.nic Twitter: @odni_nic OF NAT OR IO CT RE NA F THE DI L IN LLIGE TE EO IC N F CE OF Dear Reader: Global Trends 2030: Alternative Worlds is the fifth installment in the National Intelligence Council’s series aimed at providing a framework for thinking about the future. We believe that the United States also stands at a critical juncture; we have devoted a chapter to delineating possible future directions and their impact on the broader evolution of the international system. Scores of people contributed to the preparation of Global Trends 2030, and we have sought to acknowledge the key contributors from outside the NIC in a separate entry. Within the NIC, Counselor Mathew Burrows was our principal author in addition to orchestrating the entire process from beginning to end.
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Terrorism-related Excerpts from Global Trends 2015: A Dialogue About the Future With Nongovernment Experts. The following items are terrorism-related items from the National Intelligence Council's "Global Trends 2015: A Dialogue About the Future With Nongovernment Experts" report (December 2000). Transnational Terrorism (page 50). States with poor governance; ethnic, cultural, or religious tensions; weak economies; and porous borders will be prime breeding grounds for terrorism. Between now and 2015 terrorist tactics will become increasingly sophisticated and designed to achieve mass casualties. We expect the trend toward greater lethality in terrorist attacks to continue. Reacting to US Military Superiority (page 56). Experts agree that the United States, with its decisive edge in both information and weapons technology, will remain the dominant military power during the next 15 years.
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