Megatrends in Defense:
A world of new tensions
War has returned. After the fall of the Iron Curtain, there was hope for an ‘End of History.’ But tensions are rising all over the world, showing threats have not disappeared.
While the balance of power and geopolitical alliances are moving at an accelerated pace, prospects are worrying: terrorism, the proliferation of mass destruction along with nuclear, biological and chemical (NBC) weapons, global competition for shrinking natural resources, the risk of epidemics and pandemics, war and refugees, massive migration and multicultural tensions.
“Tomorrow’s wars will be radically different. As digital changes the world, it’s essential that Defense prepares for information dominance.”
Senior Vice President, Head of Defense & Aerospace, Atos
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