September 1, 2011
by Christopher Sands
"Because of new technologies, new wealth, and new conditions of domestic life and international relations--unprecedented issues are coming up for national decision."
--Hudson Institute founder Herman Kahn
In 1961, Herman Kahn, Max Singer, and Oscar Reubhausen founded Hudson Institute as a place to think about the future in unconventional ways.
Fifty years later, Hudson scholars continue to think about the trends and surprising developments that will shape the future in areas such as international relations, global economics, conflict, technology, human virtue, vice, and ingenuity.
On the Future is a series of audio interviews with Hudson scholars and experts on aspects of the future.
The series is hosted by Senior Fellow Christopher Sands.
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Christopher Sands is a Senior Fellow at Hudson Institute.
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