Proven Top Class Foreign & Defence Policy Forecasting
Christopher Lee has more than three decades forecasting global foreign and defence trends. His record is second to none in being ahead of the general forecasting community in global trends, strategic thinking and shifts in national and international policies. He anticipated shifts that included the decline of the Soviet Union and then ousting of Mikhail Gorbachev, trending in arms control, the rise of al-Qaeda, the 2008 economic collapse, the emergence of IS, the Arab Spring and in 2012 the present refugee crisis. He privately briefs senior executives in international forecasting and consequences of political change and ambition. He broadcasts regularly on BBC and international broadcasting channels. Christopher Lee's background in international affairs includes his appointment as first Quatercentenary Research Fellow and Whittaker Research Fellow in Contemporary History at Emmanuel College Cambridge and research into History of Ideas at London University.