Preparing For The World Of 2030

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Tom Gjelten, correspondent, NPR
Mathew Burrows, counselor and director of analysis and production staff, National Intelligence Council
Laurence C. Smith, professor and vice chair of the Department of Geography, University Of California, Los Angeles

A report by the National Intelligence Council projects that in 2030 the U.S. influence in global affairs will decrease, China will continue to rise as a global power, and a global middle class will grow significantly.

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