The red24 2014 Threat Forecast has been released! It is an open access report, so it is free to download. This year, we have created a microsite for the report, but the forecast also available to download in pdf format. To access this report, please click here
Contents of the forecast:
The forecast includes concise articles and podcasts that address various political issues from different regions.
- The EU in 2014 – The political hangover of economic recovery
- Russia – The calculated gamble of the Winter Olympics in Sochi
- Turkey – A difficult year ahead
- Brazil – Security concerns at the 2014 FIFA World Cup
- Mexico – Mexico’s national security policy and persistent violence
- United States – The threat of terrorism from within
Middle East and North Africa
- Syria – Long-term political and security challenges
- Iraq – Al-Qaeda in Iraq’s resurgence
- Egypt – The persistent cycle of political uncertainty and instability
- Afghanistan – Repercussions of the NATO withdrawal
- China – Increasing labour protests in the People’s Republic
- India – Will the recent creation of new states galvanise other separatist movements?
- The Sahel – A new frontier of terrorism?
- Mozambique – Concerns over a new civil war as RENAMO ‘returns to the bush’
- Kenya – Was Westgate a sign of things to come?
Plus: Kidnapping and piracy developments, an event calendar and list of 2014 elections.
- 2014 Threat Forecast – Coming 9 December (red24opinion.wordpress.com)
- Interview with Andre Colling: Threat Forecast Project Manager (red24opinion.wordpress.com)