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by Dr. Ian A. Bremmer



"Welcome to the New World Disorder," an article from Foreign Policy, May 14, 2012 issue

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"Africa and the Power of the Pivot," from The Opinion Pages of The New York Times, May 14, 2012

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"Which Countries Will Rise to the Top in a Leaderless World?" an article from Harvard Business Review, May 30, 2012

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"The Future Belongs to the Flexible," an article from The Wall Street Journal, April 27, 2012


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Book Excerpt: Every Nation for Itself by Ian Bremmer appeared in Asia Blog, May 16, 2012

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by Dr. Marvin J. Cetron
 

Technology Timeline 2010 (PDF)






52 Trends Shaping Tomorrow's World (PDF)






What's Happened to America's Scientific Greatness? (PDF)











by Dr. Robert J. Lieber



Staying Power and the American Future: Problems of Primacy, Policy, and Grand Strategy (PDF)







"Is American decline Real?" is a Salon.com article adapted from his new book, Power and Willpower in the American Future

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by Dr. Barry R. Posen



"The Case for Restraint," an article from The American Interest, November/December 2007 issue

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