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Global Foresight Strategies helps government and private sector leadership anticipate and navigate the emerging impacts of global trends on regional security and stability, so they can develop foresight-informed strategies that move them towards their desired futures. 

Organizations face a highly uncertain operating environment due to the destabilizing consequences of war, climate change, geopolitical and global economic competition, disinformation, de-globalization, pandemics, and accelerating technological change. These trends and developments often intersect to produce unexpected disruptive impacts that present complex decision challenges for government and corporate leaders alike.
Our mission is to work with clients to increase their comprehensive understanding of these intersecting global trends and their specific regional impacts, with the goal of improving their ability to detect threats, mitigate risk, and identify emerging opportunities.


Multiple, intersecting events have already seriously challenged human prosperity and security in the 21st century – including financial crises, deadly pandemics, climate change-driven severe weather, intensifying geopolitical conflict, forced migration, rising inequality, and the hostile use of advanced technologies and social media platforms to undermine political and economic stability across the globe.
New and emerging challenges are on the horizon – for example, how leaders will guide the transition to a low-carbon future, protect the integrity of communications, and manage rapidly-advancing AI, biotech, nanotech and space-based capabilities. These challenges offer not only dangers but also opportunities to move humanity in the direction of greater health, prosperity, environmental sustainability, and security.
Citizens expect their leaders – whether in government or the private sector – to be ready to seize opportunities and counter emerging threats. But these ever-evolving challenges are complex and interact with each other, producing effects that are difficult to discern unless examined holistically with the support of functional and regional experts.
Many organizations lack a sophisticated foresight analysis capability that enables them to comprehensively examine emerging challenges and assess their interacting effects on a regular basis, often leading to short-sighted and uncreative decisions that fail to take advantage of opportunities or address the full panoply of threats on the horizon.

"Want of foresight...unwillingness to act when action would be simple and effective... Lack of clear thinking...confusion of counsel until the emergency comes, until self-preservation strikes its jarring gong— these are the features which constitute the endless repetition of history."

Winston Churchill
House of Commons, May 2, 1935 

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