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Sun January 1, 2012
Expect The Unexpected: Global Politics In 2012
The world will see big political changes with leadership shifts in China, Mexico, Russia, Europe, Egypt and particularly in the Middle East during 2012, according to David Rothkopf, a contributor to Foreign Policy Magazine.
"We're halfway through the initial wave of these [Middle Eastern] revolutions," says Rothkopf, adding that much more change is to come.
But it is possible that one of the biggest political changes won't happen in a physical location, but on the Internet. Rothkopf thinks that we could see a big escalation of cyber wars between nations.
He also predicts that a critical piece of U.S. infrastructure will be shut down by a cyber attack, bringing online wars to the forefront of politics.