Journal of Counterterrorism & Homeland Security International
A Ukrainian service member holds a next generation light anti-tank weapon (NLAW), supplied by Britain, during drills at Ukraine’s International Peacekeeping Security Centre near Yavoriv, in the Lviv region, Ukraine, January 28, 2022. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich
If 2020 was the year of the global pandemic, then 2021 could be considered the forgotten year after the pandemic. Rather than hitting a reset button and getting back to work, the previous twelve months could be summed up in one word – lack-luster. Fortunately, we have been granted a new year and a fresh set of calendar months. Therefore, like any good futurist and/or sage, please allow me to pontificate on my global security predictions for the year ahead.