GT2030 Blog Schedule

  • May 27 – June 2: Dan Twining & Ash Jain – What is the impact of the rise of the rest on the liberal international order: End of the Western world?
  • June 3 – 9: Bill Burke-White - What Will be the Shape of the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) in 2030? Will the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and World Bank Exist in 2030?
  • June 10 – 17: Thomas Mahnken – Will China’s economic growth stall out?  What will be the impact on the global economy?
  • June 17 – 23: Peter Feaver – What Will be the US Role in a Multipolar International System?
  • June 24 – 30: Jackie Newmyer Deal – How will the security environment of 2030 be affected by the proliferation of advanced technologies – including conventional capabilities such as precision strike and, unfortunately/potentially nuclear capabilities – to a variety of smaller regional actors and even non-state actors?
  • July 1 – 7: Steve Weber – How Will Employment Change with the Expansion of New Technologies—like Robotics—in Manufacturing?  Will We See a New Unemployable Underclass?
  • July 8 – 14: Robert Odell – Future trajectories of migration and issues policy makers will face.
  • July 15 – 21: Drew Erdmann – Urbanization Dynamics and Challenges
  • July 22 – 28: William Inboden – American Decline
  • July 29 – August 4: Richard Cincotta – Will Aging Cripple the West?  Will It Cripple China’s Development?
  • August 5 – 11: Ralph Espach – Brazil’s future role in the international system
  • August 12 – 18: Allan Dafoe – Will the Long Peace Persist?
  • August 19 – 25: Howard Passell – Will Mega-Cities be a Cauldron for Revolution or Be an Engine for Technological Revolutions?
  • August 26 – September 1: Cung Vu – Will Shale Gas (and Shale or Tight Oil) Give a Second Burst to US Manufacturing?  To what degree will Shale Gas Give the US A Huge Advantage in the Future?
  • September 2 – 8: Dr. Mathew Burrows – Draft author of GT2030 Report from National Intelligence Council