Huntington discusses other emerging problems and shares his views on the future. In particular, I found his views on immigration quite interesting, especially in light of recent tensions between migrants from MENA into Europe. Huntington made a prediction in his book that the flow of migrants from MENA could start weakening by 2025 as population growth slows down in that region, however, Sub-Sahara Africa could be a long source of migrants. The book highlights inevitable challenges faced by Europe in light of the active immigration of Muslims.
I like to write down practical takeaways after reading each book. Obviously, it is a little naive to expect a clear roadmap to navigate geopolitical issues during the investment process to be presented in a single book. However, I still think this book adds useful knowledge and perspective to various issues in the world's politics and should help to better understand current events and perhaps even anticipate future ones.