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The Future Issue


Economic Disorder The New Normal Are Social Networks the next tech bubble? Goodbye, Mideast Oil

Technology Will Take on a Life of Its Own Micromultinationals Will Run the World. Everything Will Be Too Big to Fail. The South China Sea Is the Future of Conflict. Get Ready for the Democratization of Destruction The Shape of the Global Economy Will Fundamentally Change. The Americas, Not the Middle East, Will Be the World Capital of Energy The World Will Be More Crowded—With Old People. Problems Will Be Global—And Solutions Will Be, Too. The FP Survey: The Internet The List: Megatrends That Weren’t

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