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This week the National Intelliegence Council released a report that predicts the security and politcal issues that the U.S. and the rest of the world will likely be facing in the year 2015. Diane talks with John Gannon, chairman of the Council, about what the world may look like fifteen years from now, and about how these predictions may inform foreign policy-makers in this country.
- John Gannon vice chair of Intellibridge and former chair of the National Intelligence Council
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