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For decades, I have tracked political instability and insurgencies around the globe, assuming that the indicators I developed would never have relevance for the United States.

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Cognitive psychology teaches that most people expect change to be incremental and that past patterns usually repeat themselves.

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As reported in the October blog, I recently spent three weeks in a hospital bed in Iceland.

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In 2020, I authored a book, How to Get the Right Diagnosis: 16 Tips for Navigating the US Medical System.

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The chaotic evacuation of US and NATO forces from Afghanistan has generated a storm of speculation—some informed and some not—about what led to the crisis in Kabul and how it could have been prevented.

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The release of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change report on 9 August should cause many of us to rethink some of our key assumptions.

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If you can identify a robust and comprehensive set of Key Drivers, you can better understand why something happened and anticipate better how future events will unfold.

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In my two previous Analytic Insider articles, I explored whether America could turn the corner and start forging constructive solutions to the existential threats confronting our nation.

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In my previous Analytic Insider, we discussed whether America is likely to become increasingly polarized or could turn the corner and start forging constructive solutions to the many existential threats we now confront as a nation.

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