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World In 2010 - Predictions we got right
Predicting the future is always uncertain however well informed you are. Here are just some of our recent predictions that proved to be right:
Russia and America:
“In the coming year, Russia and America will make deeper cuts in their nuclear arsenals.”
"Russia and America aim...[at] 1000 or fewer strategic nuclear warheads apiece..."
The World in 2010, page 97
Viktor Yanukovich
Ukraine's election, correctly forecast that Viktor Yanukovich would come out ahead of Yulia Tymoshenko.
The World in 2010, page 106
Economic crisis
Warning of social unrest in a delayed response to the economic crisis: "The relative social peace of 2009 may have been only the quiet before the storm."
Government bond markets
"Government bond markets could provide the trickiest test."
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