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Publisher Description

The author of the acclaimed New York Times bestseller The Next 100 Years now focuses his geopolitical forecasting acumen on the next decade and the imminent events and challenges that will test America and the world, specifically addressing the skills that will be required by the decade’s leaders.

In the long view, history is seen as a series of events—but the course of those events is determined by individuals and their actions. During the next ten years, individual leaders will face significant transitions for their nations: the United States’ relationships with Iran and Israel will be undergoing changes, China will likely confront a major crisis, and the wars in the Islamic world will subside. Unexpected energy and technology developments will emerge, and labor shortages will begin to matter more than financial crises. Distinguished geopolitical forecaster George Friedman analyzes these events from the perspectives of the men and women leading these global changes, focusing in particular on the American president, who will require extraordinary skills to shepherd the United States through this transitional period. The Next Decade is a provocative and fascinating look at the conflicts and opportunities that lie ahead.

GENRE
Business & Personal Finance
RELEASED
2012
January 10
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
272
Pages
PUBLISHER
Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group
SELLER
Penguin Random House LLC
SIZE
7.6
MB

Customer Reviews

Nater_sf ,

Coming to pass

It's crazy how his predictions are already coming to pass, such as Russia becoming more assertive, China's economy showing weakness, and the US needing to distance itself from Israel. It's happening as we speak!

waldhaus1 ,

Thought provoking

Friedman as usual provides much light and not too much heat. He seems more or less outside of politics. His final message at least in part is that we need to grow up and take our responsibility seriously.

Cire1705 ,

Very Relevant

Excellent. George Friedman provides a reasonable prediction of the next decade. While impossible to predict the future with complete accuracy, just think of this book as an outline that will slowly be filled in. If you like Sratfor, you will definitely appreciate the content and writing style of this book.

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