WASHINGTON — The intelligence community has published a wide-ranging report detailing its predictions about the state of the world in the next two decades.
The National Intelligence Council, in a report released Thursday, suggested that regardless of how humanity confronts ongoing challenges, some of the biggest threats will not be caused or instigated by human perpetrators. These global challenges will likely include “climate change, disease, financial crises, and technology disruptions,” which could create “food and water insecurity,” “increase migration” and its destabilizing effects, create “new health challenges” and decimate biodiversity, the authors write.
One of the major examples of that threat is the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the authors write, which they
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