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National Intelligence Council, Global Governance 2025: At a Critical Juncture (Sept. 2010) (full-text).

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The report, produced in conjunction with the European Union's Institute for Security Studies, is a follow-on to the NIC's 2008 Global Trends 2025 study. "Global Governance 2025" provides an informal contribution to an important international debate on the way forward for global, regional, and bilateral institutions and frameworks to meet emerging challenges such as climate change, resource management, international migration flows, and new technologies.

While not policy prescriptive, the report shares a strong belief that global challenges will require global solutions. The report's primary purpose is to help policymakers in the United States and abroad to chart a course for effective management of international problems. In addition, it will stimulate a broad-ranging debate among academic and nongovernmental experts.

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