The Paradox of Progress, A Futurist Projection for Sub-Saharan Africa

The Paradox of Progress, A Futurist Projection for Sub-Saharan Africa LIBMP3-3812
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The Paradox of Progress, A Futurist Projection for Sub-Saharan Africa - There are a number of think tanks which have evolved to serve the national and futurist interest of their sponsoring governments. For much of today's research we access the published documents of the Office of the Director of National Intelligence, which publishes the Global Trends reports every 5 years or so. Today's report is part of their annex of the Next 5 Years and specifically focuses on Sub-Saharan Africa. There is great reason to be optimistic as Africa enjoys the demographic dividend, increased democratization, rapid rates of GDP growth and industrialization as well as the youngest labor force of any region. Yet, there are still significant challenges which must be met. Our look is at the recovery of the continent from 600 years of debilitation, colonization and rabid exploitation. The next 35 years, leading toward an anticipated unification and federation, is the steepest climb of our ascendance to the top of our pinnacle of power. We are preparing our people and our youth to inherit the greatest empire that the world has ever known. This requires that we engage deliberate strategies to build this power. (LIBMP3-3812)

The Paradox of Progress, A Futurist Projection for Sub-Saharan Africa - There are a number of think tanks which have evolved to serve the national and futurist interest of their sponsoring governments. For much of today's research we access the publi
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