- Well Structured
In this update to its 2016 Global Risks 2035 report, the Atlantic Council reaffirms that the world is moving past globalization. Major changes since 2016, especially in the United States, reinforce the idea that nationalism and the growing rivalry between the United States and China will define the next decades. The detailed report examines key risks such as the disruption of labor by technology and climate change, and the potential economic and political ramifications of these developments. The Council’s projections will prove valuable to both public and private sector strategists.
About the Author
Mathew J. Burrows serves as the director of the Atlantic Council’s Foresight, Strategy, and Risks Initiative in the Scowcroft Center for Strategy and Security.