Tuesday, May 30, 2023

 “The World in 2050: Characteristics of New Rising Powers.”


Could technological advancements be the key to achieving geopolitical power? Dr. George Friedman, Founder, and Chairman, of Geopolitical Futures, contributes his knowledge in a session titled “The World in 2050: Characteristics of New Rising Powers.”

Whether it is artificial intelligence, data governance, or the new space race, geopolitics is being redefined by such developments coupled with the emergence of new national and supranational powers. These new frontiers require a close examination of their impact on geopolitics and vice versa. In this session, George Friedman outlines how global power dynamics are constantly shifting and what they could look like by 2050.

Source: World Government Summit


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