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"A timely and cogent reminder that history never ends and is about to be made." (Tim Marshall, author of Prisoners of Geography)

Publisher's Summary

What will the world look like in 2020? Paul Cornish and Kingsley Donaldson guide us through a maze of global uncertainty in this fascinating look at the future.

With the world already struggling to contain conflicts on several continents, with security and defence expenditure under huge pressure, it's time to think the unthinkable and explore what might happen.

As former soldiers now working in defence strategy and conflict resolution, Paul Cornish and Kingsley Donaldson are perfectly qualified to guide us through a credible and utterly convincing 20/20 vision of the year 2020, from cyber security to weapons technology, from geopolitics to undercover operations.

This audiobook is of global importance, offering both analysis and creative solutions - essential listening both for decision makers and everyone who simply wants to understand our future.

©2017 Paul Cornish and Kingsley Donaldson (P)2017 Hodder & Stoughton

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  • Martin
  • 07-20-17

Disappointing

Not sure what I expected but I was disappointed by this book. I was hoping to learn something new but I didn't, at all. The scenarios the author describes have become increasingly unlikely after the UK snap elections and the out come of the French elections.

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  • Phil
  • 08-18-17

interesting concepts

good book which hopefully none of the concepts which where discussed become a reality. the book has been well documented and realistic as possible assessments have been made.