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|OLS Field Name||OLS Field Data|
|Main Title||Global trends 2015 : a dialogue about the future with nongovernment experts /|
|Report Number||NIC 2000-02|
|Subjects||Twenty-first century--Forecasts. ; United States--Foreign relations--2001-2009--Forecasting. ; National security--United States--Forecasting. ; World politics--21st century--Forecasting. ; International relations--Forecasting. ; Population forecasting. ; Technological innovations--Forecasting. ; Natural resources--Forecasting. ; Economic forecasting. ; National security--Forecasting. ; World politics--Forecasting. ; INTERNATIONAL SECURITY. ; TERRORISM. ; SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY. ; ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT. ; GLOBALIZATION. ; FUTURE STUDIES. ; United States--Foreign relations--2001---Forecasting|
|Collation||[vi], 86 pages, 4 folded color leaves : color illustrations, color maps ; 28 cm.|
"This paper was approved for publication by the National Foreign Intelligence Board under the authority of the Director of Central Intelligence." "December 2000." "NIC 2000-02."
Major conferences cosponsored by the NIC with other government and private centers in support of Global Trends 2015 included: Foreign Reactions to the Revolution in Military Affairs (Georgetown University), Evolution of the Nation-State (University of Maryland), Trends in Democratization (CIA and academic experts), American Economic Power (Industry & Trade Strategies, San Francisco, CA), Transformation of Defense Industries (International Institute for Strategic Studies, London, UK), Alternative Futures in War and Conflict (Defense Intelligence Agency and Naval War College, Newport, RI, and CIA), Out of the Box and Into the Future: A Dialogue Between Warfighters and Scientists on Far Future Warfare (Potomac Institute, Arlington, VA), Future Threat Technologies Symposium (MITRE Corporation, McLean, VA), The Global Course of the Information Revolution: Technological Trends (RAND Corporation, Santa Monica, CA), The Global Course of the Information Revolution: Political, Economic, and Social Consequences (RAND Corporation, Santa Monica, CA), The Middle East: The Media, Information Technology, and the Internet (The National Defense University). Fort McNair, Washington, DC), Global Migration Trends and Their Implications for the United States (Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, Washington, DC), and Alternative Global Futures: 2000-2015 (Department of State/Bureau of Intelligence and Research and CIA's Global Futures Project).