Global Trends Report

Every four years since 1997, the National Intelligence Council has published an unclassified strategic assessment of how key trends and uncertainties might shape the world over the next 20 years to help senior US leaders think and plan for the longer term.

The report is timed to be especially relevant for the administration of a newly elected US President, but Global Trends increasingly has served to foster discussions about the future with people around the world.

We believe these global consultations, both in preparing the paper and sharing the results, help learn from perspectives beyond the United States and are useful in sparkling discussions about key assumptions, priorities, and choices.

Read the full report here below: