Introduction: The Imperative of Understanding Time Even if a political risk analyst is able to correctly see the basic power structure of the world at any given moment, how does this analysis allow for slow, organic, but very real change in the global system? How can time be factored into the analytical equation? All too often analysis tends to be both static and reactionary, not allowing for the relative rise and fall of countries within the existing global order, let alone fundamental change in the power structure of the world itself. If this is the case, even analysts who are right at the time of their initial analysis over time will become increasingly wrong.
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