The Hill: Intel community warns of fragile future shaped by pandemics, climate change
A new report from the U.S. intelligence community paints a bleak picture of what Americans can expect over the next 20 years, warning of a planet that will be ravaged by pandemics and climate change.
“During the past year, the COVID-19 pandemic has reminded the world of its fragility,” the report states. “In coming years and decades, the world will face more intense and cascading global challenges ranging from disease to climate change to the disruptions from new technologies and financial crises.”
Read more ….
WNU Editor: The intelligence report is here …. Global Trends 2040 (US Intelligence Council).
More News On The US National Intelligence Council's Global Trends 2040 Report
Grim view of global future offered in intelligence report — AP
US spies peer into the future – and it doesn't look good — BBC
U.S. Intelligence Report Warns of Global Consequences of Social Fragmentation — New York Times
Covid-19 Fuels Inequality, Political Divide, Authoritarianism World-Wide, U.S. Intelligence Analysts Say — WSJ
U.S. Spy Agencies Warn of Threats From Digital Currency to AI — Bloomberg
Intelligence officers predict a future shaped by faceless enemies like disease, climate change — Yahoo News
U.S. Intel Report Predicts Russia Will Be Declining But 'Disruptive Power' Over Next Two Decades — RFE
Intelligence report predicts COVID-19 could cause long-term inequality, division — UPI
U.S. intelligence report predicts heightened space competition between U.S. and China — Space News