Intelligence Analysts Issue Forecast for 2020 Every five years, top intelligence analysts weigh in on long-term global trends. The latest report from the National Intelligence Council imagines the world in 2020, envisioning a receding threat from al Qaeda and a world profoundly changed by the rise of India and China. NPR's Mary Louise Kelly reports.
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Intelligence Analysts Issue Forecast for 2020

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Intelligence Analysts Issue Forecast for 2020

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Intelligence Analysts Issue Forecast for 2020

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Every five years, top intelligence analysts weigh in on long-term global trends. The latest report from the National Intelligence Council imagines the world in 2020, envisioning a receding threat from al Qaeda and a world profoundly changed by the rise of India and China. NPR's Mary Louise Kelly reports.

Forecast for 2020

Mapping the Future, the full report from the National Intelligence Council's 2020 Project, is available online: