Ten foreign policy predictions for 2024

Mark Leonard and Jeremy Shapiro lay out ten foreign policy projections for 2024

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Change is inevitable, and so is our beloved predictions episode.

As always, Mark Leonard and ECFR’s research director Jeremy Shapiro start the year off by revisiting the ten predictions they made last year and then look into their crystal ball at the forces that will shape the upcoming one. Their predictions for 2023 left them with a score of 7/10. Will they do better this year? Let us know if you think they missed something! You can write your own predictions to [email protected].

This podcast was recorded on 9 January 2024

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