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Profit and Peril
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Profit and Peril

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“It is better to ask forgiveness than permission” has been the mantra of the digital revolution so far, and one should not expect that to change with artificial intelligence. For those already in a position to dominate this potentially groundbreaking sector, the opportunities are too enticing to miss.

Past Issues

  1. 4Q2023_cover_flat
    The Year Ahead 2024

    The Year Ahead 2024

    Around the world, foreign-policy strategists are grappling with new international dynamics, from the Sino-American rivalry and ongoing hot wars to the broader breakdown in multilateral global governance. However, there is much debate about whether global power and alignments are truly shifting, and in what ways.

  2. Q3-Stayin-Alive_Cover-Only_1920x2560_5
    Stayin’ Alive

    Stayin’ Alive

    Despite global emissions continuing to rise, scientists and some climate leaders insist that we can still keep the Paris climate agreement alive and limit global warming to 1.5°C. Doing so, however, will require an unprecedented deployment of new technologies, infrastructure, and financing on a global scale – starting immediately.

  3. 2Q2023_AtArms_cover_magazine site
    At Arms

    At Arms

    There can be little doubt that the world is heading in a more violent, hair-trigger direction. As multilateralism continues to break down, more countries are arming and shoring up their defense alliances, creating a self-fulfilling dynamic. A new age of insecurity may be upon us.

  4. 1Q2023_Paradigm_Shifts_cover
    Paradigm Shifts

    Paradigm Shifts

    Global ructions have put an end to the long era of price stability and low interest rates, forcing a reconsideration of many business models and economic growth strategies. Whether old orthodoxies can be replaced by something genuinely new and better is now the trillion-dollar question.

  5. PSQ3_Year Ahead 2023_Cover_Layered-noshadow
    Year Ahead 2023

    Year Ahead 2023

    The year 2022 was one of grim and grisly returns: the return of major war – and nuclear brinkmanship – to Europe; the return of high inflation and the threat of stagflation globally; and the return of famine, dire poverty, and other problems against which the developing world had been making steady progress. With all these developments poised to continue, the question now is whether solutions will be found to counter the forces of discord and disintegration.