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Dragonfly Ltd (‘Dragonfly’) launches Strategic Outlook 2022 – The Wrong Climate, covering geopolitical and global security risks for the year ahead. This includes:
Broken down thematically and geographically, Strategic Outlook 2022 sets out a detailed picture of the political stability and security landscape for the next 12 months. It provides intelligence-based insights and early warning for leading global organisations to anticipate threats, plan their operations, and sustain their business advantage.
This year’s forecast includes in-depth assessments of the stability prospects for all major regions, such as North America, the Middle East, Asia, Africa and Europe, with special coverage on Covid-19 disruptions and forecasts for when countries will return to ‘normality’, climate change, and ongoing disruption to global supply chains.
Key trends and forecasts that Dragonfly project and assess for 2022 include:
Henry Wilkinson, Chief Intelligence Officer at Dragonfly, says:
“What we forecast in 2022 are the implications of deepening systemic shifts in the international system. The rules-based international order continues to weaken in the face of waning US commitment to uphold it, disunity between democracies, and an intensifying spread of authoritarianism. The landscape remains extremely challenging for global businesses, and the state of world politics is highly unfavourable to meet wide-ranging threats and global risks. These include the impacts of the Covid-19 Omicron variant, strategic competition between the US and China, rising tensions over Ukraine and Taiwan, entrenching conflicts in Africa, widening inequalities globally, and acute and chronic environmental crises.
“Although the geostrategic outlook is generally pessimistic for 2022, chinks of positivity can be found. We anticipate improvements in the Middle East, after years of worsening instability and insecurity, including a probable US-led deal with Iran on its nuclear programme. The strength of the global economic rebound also suggests many countries and regions will emerge in bruised but reasonable shape in 2022, albeit vulnerable to wider instability and new coronavirus variants that may emerge. This is a positive change from last year, but it is still not a climate where a sense of normalcy is likely to prevail.”
The Strategic Outlook 2022 is a highly visual product, supplemented by interactive infographics, maps and diagrams.
*If you would like to see a copy of Strategic Outlook 2022, please get in touch with our team.
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Chiara Barreca/ Alastair Doyle/ Julia Niedoborek
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Launched in July 2021, Dragonfly is the new identity of the former Intelligence & Analysis practice of The Risk Advisory Group. Dragonfly is a geopolitical and security intelligence service for the world’s leading organisations. From the highest-risk environments to the boardroom, Dragonfly enables its clients to make confident decisions and put them ahead of risks to achieve their goals. Dragonfly goes beyond the limits of real-time information to deliver early warning intelligence, by fusing the multiplying power of knowledge, data, technology, service, capability and human expertise. Its flagship Security Intelligence & Analysis Service (SIAS) provides bespoke, forward-looking and actionable all-source security intelligence, including in-depth assessment, risk modelling and analytics.
Dragonfly has a global presence, with offices in London, New York, Washington, D.C. and Singapore. Find why and how we do what we do at www.dragonflyintelligence.com.