New World Disorder – The Next 20 Years: Hope or Despair?
New World Disorder – The Next 20 Years: Hope or Despair? Various Contributors – True Publica
TDC Note – Regular readers of The Daily Coin understand the future we face is a mixed bag of political, geopolitical, monetary and economic challenges unlike the world has ever experienced before. What the citizens face in the coming years will be a world unlike the world we currently live and will determine the fate of our planet. Threats of nuclear war, ongoing extinction level event at Fukushima, GMO food and technological advances that have never been part of planet Earth – but they are now. Where do we go from here?
True Publica has assembled a group, from around the world, to take a look at the time ahead. As no one can actually see what is going to happen in the future we can get a glimpse of the some of the potential the future holds. This is a comprehensive “roundtable” including political analyst, environmentalist, journalist, TEDx presenter and Wikileaks contributor all presenting their view of the coming two decades based their individual research.
Their views are as diverse as their backgrounds, individual research and personalities. Jeff J. Brown, whom The Daily Coin has interviewed a number of times, from China Rising, is one of the participants.
In order to have a better understanding of the potential of the coming years ahead one needs a variety of perspectives – this one article provides that – a kaleidoscope of potential. No one claims they know the future. They are simply presenting what is happening and projecting possibilities based on the past and the present.
Author and China Rising Radio Sinoland host Jeff J. Brown is pleased to announce that he was asked to contribute a short essay to a group article on True Publica, entitled, “New World Disorder – The Next 20 Years: Hope or Despair?” It is a true honor and a privilege for Jeff to team up with distinguished writers Graham Vanbergen, Jonathan Cook, Felicity Arbuthnot, John B. Cobb, Andre Vltchek and Nozomi Hayase. Each offers a unique answer to the title’s burning question and collectively, the article is a thought provoking and engaging panoply of ideas and opinions. Please share widely and sign up for True Publica’s free email subscription, while you are at it.