The Risk and Foresight Group is organized around several ongoing research initiatives.
- Strategic Insights is a biweekly newsletter on a topic of pressing geopolitical risk at the intersection of government and business interests.
- Seven Revolutions identifies the most important macrotrends shaping our world to 2050 through an ongoing stream of research and an engaging live/virtual presentation.
- The Congressional Foresight Initiative[page coming April 2021] brings together a broad bipartisan group of congressional staff to explore long-range trends in seminars with experts in the field.
- The Global Security Forum is CSIS’s annual flagship gathering of bipartisan national security experts on emerging challenges.
The Risk and Foresight Group was chartered to focus CSIS’s cross-cutting analysis in near-term geopolitical risk, and mid- to long-term futures (2030 to 2050 and beyond). It is also a center of experimentation for innovative use of foresight methodologies such as scenario planning, data analysis, modeling, simulation, and gaming to help leaders and organizations grapple with an era of continuous change.
All content by Risk and Foresight Group
Report by Riley McCabe , Madeline Clough , Elizabeth Hoffman , and Erol Yayboke — September 29, 2021
Event by Mr. Nate Schenkkan , Dr. Erin Simpson , Mr. Haim Israel , and Samuel Brannen — March 10, 2021
Commentary by Riley McCabe and Samuel Brannen — March 5, 2021
Critical Questions by Samuel Brannen — January 28, 2021
Event by Erol Yayboke , Suzanne Spaulding , Daniel Russel , Daniel Twining , and Samuel Brannen — October 16, 2020
Brief by Erol Yayboke and Samuel Brannen — October 15, 2020
Commentary by Samuel Brannen — September 16, 2020
Report by Christian Stirling Haig , Habiba Ahmed , Henry Newton , and Samuel Brannen — July 28, 2020
Commentary by Habiba Ahmed , Henry Newton , Christian Stirling Haig , and Samuel Brannen — June 11, 2020
Commentary by Sarah Ladislaw and Samuel Brannen — May 20, 2020