The 2018 Global Forecast looks at each of the major regions of the world, highlighting geopolitical, social, health, environment, and security risks that pose an increasing threat to citizens and foreign nationals in these regions. The forecast addresses global trends, such as frequency of terrorist attacks in non-conflict areas, the various forms of kidnapping and associated extortive activity, environmental concerns, like La Nina, and changes to airport security standards, along with the global health outlook for the year. Among the regional profiles, drug trafficking organizations in Mexico and the Islamic State’s presence in Southeast Asia are top concerns, as is sectarianism in the Middle East.
Over 50 WorldAware intelligence experts and analysts contributed to this year’s forecast. While the full report is only available to Monthly Intelligence subscribers, the executive summary provides insight into each topic and is available for free.
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