Who will the United States fight against and who will fight with it? Where will these future conflicts be fought? What will future conflicts look like? How will they be fought? And why will the United States go to war? This series of reports examines the key geopolitical, economic, environmental, geographic, legal, informational, and military trends that will shape the contours of conflict between now and 2030. The authors draw on a wide variety of data sets, secondary sources, and an extensive set of interviews in eight countries around the globe to answer these questions.

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