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Jay Ogilvy

Jay Ogilvy

Jay Ogilvy joined Stratfor's board of contributors in January 2015. In 1979, he left a post as a professor of philosophy at Yale to join SRI, the former Stanford Research Institute, as director of research. Dr. Ogilvy co-founded the Global Business Network of scenario planners in 1987. He is the former dean and chief academic officer of San Francisco's Presidio Graduate School. Dr. Ogilvy has published nine books, including Many Dimensional Man, Creating Better Futures and Living Without a Goal.

An image released by North Korea's official Korean Central News Agency shows the launch of a Hwasong-12 intermediate-range ballistic missile on Aug. 29, 2017.
The true danger lurking in advanced artificial intelligence may not be that computers' cognitive abilities will eclipse those of humankind but that humankind will forget what sets our cognition apart from simple computing.
Saudi Defense Minister and Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, center, stands for a photo-op with his counterparts from other countries in Saudi Arabia's Islamic Military Counterterrorism Coalition at a meeting in Riyadh.
Comparing geopolitics and chronopolitics.
A number of polls, especially those conducted by the politically independent Levada Center in Moscow, support the conclusion that Russians genuinely hold leader Vladimir Putin in high regard.
Rolling Back Democracy
Protesters hungry for democracy take to the streets of Hong Kong, where election outcomes are tightly controlled by China. Liberal democracy around the world has found itself in decline.
China's heavy-handed tactics in Hong Kong
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