"GLOBAL ISSUES, LEADERSHIP CHOICES":
Foreign policy experts across the U.S. have contributed to the Council on Foreign Relations 2017 survey on international hotspots for the year ahead. Potential threats were ranked by their likelihood and their impact on the United States. Leading the list of flashpoints: an intentional or unintentional military clash between Russia and NATO in Eastern Europe, a crisis provoked by North Korea (triggered by weapons testing, military provocation, or internal collapse), and a cyberattack on critical U.S. infrastructure. For the full summary or to download the report, see www.cfr.org/conflict-assessment/preventive-priorities-survey-2017/p38562
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