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Strategic Trends Programme: Global Strategic Trends – Out to 2045

Ministry of Defence, June 2014

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Resource IDmodgst2014
Resource titleStrategic Trends Programme: Global Strategic Trends – Out to 2045
Author/sourceMinistry of Defence
Date publishedJune 2014
Summary text/ abstractGlobal Strategic Trends (GST) describes a strategic context for those in the Ministry of Defence (MOD) and wider Government who are involved in developing long-term plans, policies and capabilities. Without a strategic context there is a risk that planners, policy-makers and capability developers may assume a future that adheres to preconceived thoughts and assumptions. As well as providing a strategic context, this fifth edition of GST (GST5) identifies long-term threats and opportunities, out to 2045. GST does not attempt to predict the future – it cannot. Rather, it describes those phenomena that could have a significant impact on the future and combines these differing perspectives to produce a multifaceted picture of possible outcomes.
Library categoriesClimate Change, Economics, Energy, Food & Agriculture, Peace, Toxics, Transport, UK Government
Added to Free Range Library17/07/2014
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