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3. Predicting 2035 with John Hudson and Amy Zalman

In the third episode of our Global Risks 2035 series, host Alex Ward speaks to John Hudson, a senior reporter at Foreign Policy magazine, and Amy Zalman, former president and CEO of the World Future Society. They discuss how the future will change depending on America’s actions, and how certain events will occur and shape the global context no matter what America does.

For more information on the Atlantic Council’s Strategy Initiative, check out ACstrategy.net, and engage with us on social media using hashtag #Lifein2035. If you have any videos or ideas about the world in 2035 that you want to submit to us, please do so at Lifein2035@atlanticcouncil.org.

Analysis on Attempted Coup in Turkey

As news continued to flow in in regarding the attempted coup in Turkey on July 15, analysts Sir Peter Westmacott, Aaron Stein, and Matthew Bryza joined in on a Members Conference Call to provide analysis for the future of Turkish politics, and the implications for the fight against ISIS. The conference call took place on July 18, 2016.

This call is part of the members’ conference call series which provides members from around the world an exclusive opportunity to speak directly with the work of the Atlantic Council. For more information, visit http://www.atlanticcouncil.org/support/members-program.

Talking TTIP with European Trade Commissioner Cecilia Malmström

The Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership, or TTIP, is one of the most important trade agreements in history. In the following program, European Trade Commissioner Cecilia Malmstrom discusses the future of TTIP and transatlantic trade relations. The event took place on June 29, 2016.

Gen. Philip M. Breedlove on Securing NATO’s New Frontiers

General Philip M. Breedlove, former Commander of US European Command and former Supreme Allied Commander Europe of NATO, spoke at the Atlantic Council’s public conference: The Future of NATO Enlargement and New Frontiers in European Security. Frederick Kempe, President and CEO of Atlantic Council, moderated the discussion. The conference was held on June 8, 2016.