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Like we did in 2005, I can demand normalization of relations with the United States and a peace regime with trilateral security guarantees from the U.S., Russia and China. That would reduce risk and open foreign investment. I could demand a $20 billion Korean reconstruction fund, put it under China's Asia ...
India's dilemma is neatly summed up in the U.S.'s National Intelligence Council report, 'Global Trends: The Paradox of Progress', “Geopolitically, [South Asia's] greatest hope is India's ability to use its economic and human potential to drive regional trade and development. At the same time, Afghanistan's ...

The United States still retains a lead in global influence, but its share has been decreasing and is considerably smaller than its share of coercive capabilities. ... While I was the counselor at the US National Intelligence Council (2003-2013) responsible for producing three editions of the highly rated Global ...
What to watch: To maintain its power in the region, India needs to re-examine its relationships with its neighbors and enlist the United States and ... that one might have expected because of its size," Tom Fingar, a former deputy director of the National Intelligence Council who's now at Stanford, tells Axios.
As the National Intelligence Council's capstone publication, Global Trends: Paradox of Progress puts it: ... Further, at the highest levels of the of the U.S. government, there is an acknowledgement that the technological advantage that the United States once enjoyed has eroded, and that the U.S. military can ...
It's also important to note that election interference is a tool other powerful countries use time and again — including the United States. From Chile to Serbia, the US has also aimed to tilt elections in favor of candidates with more pro-American values, Treverton said. A lightly edited transcript of our ...

Spencer Boyer, a former National Intelligence Council (NIC) official, has launched a new consulting firm that will advise on Brexit. The new Virginia-based outfit, called North Atlantic Strategies (NAS), will help companies to evaluate the economic and political impact of Brexit on their business activities.
By changing some of America's most attractive policies, President Donald Trump has eroded US' soft power, says the author. .... Joseph Nye, a former United States assistant secretary of defence and chairman of the US National Intelligence Council, is a professor at Harvard and author of Is the American ...
In 2016, a memo from the National Intelligence Council concluded the "possibility of abrupt climate change cannot be discounted over any timeframe ... We don't pay our intelligence and national security professionals to keep us safe from just the threats we're afraid of, we pay them to keep us safe," Holland ...
From 2009 to 2010, she was deputy national intelligence officer for East Asia at the National Intelligence Council. In that position, she led the U.S. Intelligence Community's production of strategic analysis on East Asian issues and authored multiple National Intelligence Estimates. From 2010 to 2011, she served as the ...
In addition, Tehran would be able again to unleash terrorist resources throughout the region, endangering U.S. military and diplomats based there as well as American travelers and businesses. The terrorist threat might easily extend beyond the Middle East into Europe and also the United States, while the ...
It's also important to note that election interference is a tool other powerful countries use time and again — including the United States. From Chile to Serbia, the US has also aimed to tilt elections in favor of candidates with more pro-American values, Treverton said. A lightly edited transcript of our ...
Spencer Boyer, a former National Intelligence Council (NIC) official, has launched a new consulting firm that will advise on Brexit. The new Virginia-based outfit, called North Atlantic Strategies (NAS), will help companies to evaluate the economic and political impact of Brexit on their business activities.
In addition, Tehran would be able again to unleash terrorist resources throughout the region, endangering U.S. military and diplomats based there as well as American travelers and businesses. The terrorist threat might easily extend beyond the Middle East into Europe and also the United States, while the ...
By changing some of America's most attractive policies, President Donald Trump has eroded US' soft power, says the author. .... Joseph Nye, a former United States assistant secretary of defence and chairman of the US National Intelligence Council, is a professor at Harvard and author of Is the American ...
SUNDAY MORNING FUTURES WITH MARIA BARTIROMO - Attorney General Jeff Sessions; Ken Starr, Former Independent Counsel, Whitewater, Former United States Circuit Judge and Former U.S. Solicitor General in the George H. W. Bush Administration; Paul Ryan (R-WI), Speaker of the House of ...
More than a year after American diplomats began to suffer strange, concussion-like symptoms in Cuba, a U.S. investigation is no closer to ..... said Fulton Armstrong, a former senior CIA analyst who handled Cuba issues on both the National Security Council staff and the National Intelligence Council.

In 2016, a memo from the National Intelligence Council concluded the "possibility of abrupt climate change cannot be discounted over any timeframe ... We don't pay our intelligence and national security professionals to keep us safe from just the threats we're afraid of, we pay them to keep us safe," Holland ...
Mudd, who also served as a deputy national intelligence officer for the Near East and South Asia on the US National Intelligence Council, added that despite the declassification of the document which outlines abuses by the FBI and the US Justice Department, Trump can't do anything about the "hundreds ...
By and large, US military leadership understands that climate change is happening and is keen to understand the impending impacts on readiness. (See this 2016 report from the National Intelligence Council for more.) Beyond damage from climate impacts, the military is also increasingly hampered by its ...
The intelligence community has confirmed it, and there is plenty of unclassified evidence of the Kremlin's intent and actions: The anti-Clinton, pro-Trump bias in Russian state-sponsored media, including the RT television network, which was recently ordered by the U.S. government to register as a foreign ...
For his foreign service career, the diplomat joined the United States National Intelligence Council as National Intelligence Officer for Africa in September 2006 after a 37-year career in Foreign Service. Prior to this appointment, Carson served as the Senior Vice President of the National Defense University in ...
In 2002, US National Intelligence Council made a projection: About 20-25 million people will be living with HIV in India by 2010. They got it wrong. “The future of the global epidemic is really at stake in India,” said the then director, UNAIDS, Dr Peter Piot, who discovered the Ebola virus in Zaire in 1976.
The Trump NSS, on the other hand, refers to climate policies only once—as provoking “an anti-growth energy agenda” harmful to U.S. economic interests. You almost have to stand in awe of the audacity. According to the National Security Strategy of the United States—the most powerful and ostensibly ...
The United States has long had programmes enabling visits by young foreign leaders, and now China is successfully following suit. ... Joseph Nye, a former United States assistant secretary of defence and chairman of the US National Intelligence Council, is a professor at Harvard and author of Is the American Century Over ...
From as early as 2000, the National Intelligence Council was remarkably prescient about North Korea's overall direction, predicting in an unclassified report that it would "most likely" have a nuclear missile that could hit U.S. cities by 2015. Four years later, when the United States was mired in the first year of ...
For decades, U.S. intelligence agencies warned that North Korea was making progress on a missile that could reach the United States. ... From as early as 2000, the National Intelligence Council was remarkably prescient about North Korea's overall direction, predicting in an unclassified report that it would ...
From as early as 2000, the National Intelligence Council was remarkably prescient about North Korea's overall direction, predicting in an unclassified report that it would “most likely” have a nuclear missile that could hit American cities by 2015. Four years later, when the United States was mired in the first ...
The commercial success of the vessel's first voyage to the US spurred Frangou to buy and restore more disused vessels from Brazil, and establish her own bulk ... In a 2012 study, the US National Intelligence Council [expected] that the developing economies [would] continue urbanising and, as a result, the ...
Not as badly as expected: For an incoming US president who during his election campaign had repeatedly been likened to various autocratic rulers from ... Harvard professor Nye, who also served as assistant secretary of defense and chairman of the National Intelligence Council under former President Bill ...
North Korea is commemorating what would be the 100th birthday of Kim Jong Suk, the grandmother of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un. Jong Suk was the first wife of Kim Il Sung, the leader of North Korea when it was established in 1948. Jong Suk was born on Christmas Eve 1917 and died in 1949.
Kakodkar, who is the former chairman of Atomic Energy Commission, who was adressing the 15th convocation of Tezpur University, said the US National Intelligence Council's recent report 'Global Trend: Alternative Worlds' identified the period between 2015 and 2050 as demographic window of ...
The White House earlier this week released its overarching strategy document, which dropped former President Barack Obama's 2016 description of climate change as a U.S. national security threat. President Donald Trump in June announced that he was withdrawing the United States from the Paris ...
From 2009 to 2010, she was deputy national intelligence officer for East Asia at the National Intelligence Council. In that position, she led the U.S. Intelligence Community's production of strategic analysis on East Asian issues and authored multiple National Intelligence Estimates. From 2010 to 2011, she served as the ...
Gordon Chang: Well, I don't know specifically what President Trump said to Prime Minister Abe, but it's been long-held U.S. policy going back well before the Trump administration that Japan should take a more active role in its own defense and should also cooperate with the United States and its partners ...
Are you a postdoctoral researcher with a hankering to help the US government hone its brain-warfare skills? Well ... The fellowship was posted by the National Intelligence Council on Zintellect, a job-listing site with openings available through ORAU, a consortium of universities with postdoctoral programs ...
The United States would also need to use its power to promote the process of globalization and advance its liberal-democratic philosophy worldwide, even through the use of its military force, the two presidents asserted. And then, as Thomas Fingar, chairman of the US National Intelligence Council, ...
The memorandum was built on a report from the National Intelligence Council, which cited heightened political tensions over diminished resources, ... That month, the U.S. Naval War College issued a 73-page report, entitled “Global Climate Change Implications for the United States,” which found that ...
Joseph S. Nye, Jr., a former US assistant secretary of defense and chairman of the US National Intelligence Council, is University Professor at Harvard University. He is the ... Using a flatter trajectory could provide Kim Jong-un's regime with the capability of hitting the east coast of the United States. Although ...
... Intelligence Officer for Transnational Threats on the National Intelligence Council. He drew on his extensive intelligence and counterterrorism experiences to advance the argument that while terrorism is a concern, it is not an existential threat to the United States, and that contrary to media hype, the U.S. ...
Turkish prosecutors have ordered the seizure of assets of a Turkish-Iranian gold trader who is testifying in a US trial of a banker accused of violating US sanctions ... The prosecutor accused Mr Fuller, former vice-chair of the US National Intelligence Council, of having links to Muslim cleric Fethullah Gulen.
As a result of these actions, the U.S. role in international energy markets grew substantially, especially in 2017. When President Donald Trump hosted “Energy Week” in early July 2017, his main theme was that the United States was poised to enter a new world of energy dominance. According to Energy ...
If CIA Director Mike Pompeo replaces Secretary of State Rex Tillerson as the top U.S. diplomat, he could bring a careerlong skepticism of climate science ... Still, Pompeo doesn't appear to have interfered with the National Intelligence Council's Worldwide Threat Assessment, released in May with input from ...
(CNN) - Turkey issued an arrest warrant for a former officer with the US Central Intelligence Agency on Friday over his alleged links to last year's attempted coup in the country. Prosecutors in Ankara accuse Graham E. Fuller, the former vice chairman of the National Intelligence Council at the CIA, ...
Mehmet Hakan Atilla, deputy head of the Turkish state-owned Halkbank, is on trial, accused of facilitating an elaborate scheme to circumvent U.S. ... With a combination of hostility toward the United States among the president's supporters and a compliant media, Erdogan is widely predicted to be able to ...
Turkey's chief prosecutor has issued an arrest warrant for former CIA officer Graham Fuller. The prosecutor accuses Mr Fuller, former vice-chair of the US National Intelligence Council, of having links to Muslim cleric Fethullah Gulen. Mr Gulen, who lives in the US, is blamed by Turkey for last year's failed ...
follow Us. · ·. PREMIUM In 2008, the National Intelligence Council (NIC) of the United States launched its book titled Global Trends 2025. The book highlighted forecasts of tighter energy competition in the global market. Global oil demand was growing sharply mainly as a result of China's double-digit ...
In the 45 years since, McCoy has consistently probed the underside of American global power, analyzing how the United States uses covert ... In its periodic futurology reports, the National Intelligence Council, Washington's supreme analytic body, has been blunt that US hegemony will end by 2030.
When it comes to the United States, Putin's populist-like stance encompasses portraying Russia as the world's preeminent anti-establishment power. By highlighting ... She served as national intelligence officer for Russia and Eurasia at the U.S. National Intelligence Council from 2014–2017. All statements ...
A string of warnings in the last five years from the State Department, Defense Department, and the nation's spy agencies sounded alarms that water is an issue of immediate and long-term relevance to U.S. national security. A 2012 report from the National Intelligence Council stated that water shortages can ...


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