What trends and drivers could shape China’s trajectory out to 2030? Find out in a new paper, China 2030: Power in a Disrupted World, recently published by the National Security College’s Futures Hub.
This paper provides future analysis of politics, economics, technology, social policy, environment and energy policy, and security and foreign policy in China over the next ten years.
It is the first in a new research series, Future Insights Papers, published by the National Security College (NSC). This series is designed to help policymakers develop and test futures scenarios, conduct horizon scanning, and integrate futures analysis into their work.
Access the full paper, China 2030: Power in a Disrupted World, on the NSC website.
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