ReportNov 30, 2023
Four scenarios for the future of multilateral peacebuilding and conflict prevention
By Peter Engelke, Anca Agachi, Imran Bayoumi
The scenarios on this page explore four alternative, plausible narratives envisioning the world in the mid-2030s, guided by dynamic interactions of drivers and trends highlighted in the larger The Future of Multilateral Peacebuilding and Conflict Prevention report.
In the NewsSep 14, 2023
Bayoumi in The Globe and Mail on rethinking Canada’s climate disaster response
Imran Bayoumi authors an article for The Globe and Mail discussing Canada's need for a separate agency mandated to manage climate disaster response.
Imran Bayoumi is an assistant director with the Scowcroft Strategy Initiative in the Atlantic Council’s Scowcroft Center for Strategy and Security. He supports the Center’s work on foresight and strategy development, focusing on emerging technologies, conflict, and climate security. In addition, Bayoumi contributes to the development of the Center’s annual “Global Foresight” publication.
He graduated with his master’s degree in global affairs from the Munk School at the University of Toronto where he held a Joseph-Armand Bombardier Canada Graduate Scholarship and focused his research on the grand strategy of middle powers. He also holds a BA from Queen’s University in political studies. His writing has appeared in outlets such as Foreign Policy, the Globe and Mail, and the Diplomat.