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Strategic Outlook on Geopolitics

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An intensifying climate crisis, fragile global economy, and the emergence of critical questions around frontier technologies are converging against the backdrop of a deteriorating security landscape to create an uncertain geopolitical outlook. How will these issues shape geopolitics in the year ahead and what are the prospects for cooperative approaches to address them? Join this Strategic Intelligence Geopolitical Outlook for 2024 to learn more about the future of geopolitical cooperation

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Comfort Ero, President and CEO, International Crisis Group

Samir Saran, President, Observer Research Foundation

Itonde Kakoma, President, Interpeace

Moderated by Mirek Dusek, Managing Director, World Economic Forum

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Geopolitics now weighs more heavily on us than at any time since the end of the Cold War. While the Russian invasion of Ukraine has revived trans-Atlantic cooperation and raised the spectre of new competition between rival poles, the economic growth of countries in the Global South - and of China in particular - continues to challenge the dominance of the West. In an increasingly multipolar and multi-conceptual world, singular ideas about how best to look after global affairs have been replaced by a diffusion of power and political values. This calls into question alliances and multilateral institutions that have been cornerstones of the global order since World War II, and risk...

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