Global 2030: The View from China, Russia and India
With the world in the midst of a historic power shift from West to East, global trend forecasting has begun to play an increasingly important role in American strategic planning. But Washington is not alone in keeping an eye on the horizon. In China, strategic planning structures, historically turned inward, are struggling to respond to the rapidly shifting 21st-century landscape. In Russia, a newfound independence in strategic forecasting has challenged the Kremlin to move beyond its policy comfort zone. And in India, a recent spate of works by strategic heavyweights has filled a void in Indian strategic planning.
- Infrastructure, Global and Domestic Governance
- Asia, Europe
- China, India, Russia
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- Hampton Stephens
- World Politics Review (Journal)