By Steve Cowan
Threats will become geographically more diverse than 20 years ago, the US president stressed.
The world will change more in the next ten years than in the previous half-century. This opinion was expressed by American President Joe Biden, speaking to the staff of the office of the Director of National Intelligence of the United States.
“The world is changing so fast from a technological point of view, from the point of view of alliances and interaction between people, that in the next 10 years everything will change in all aspects more than in the previous 50 years. This is not an exaggeration, but a fact,” Biden believes.
“If I had started telling you about hypersound 15 years ago, you would have taken me for a madman,” he added. “A lot will change. It will really become more difficult,” the US president is convinced. “The threats will become geographically more diverse than they were 20 years ago,” he added.