International Institute for Strategic Leadership

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Building global networks of

knowledge and courage

The International Institute for Strategic Leadership

is an internationally-renowned award-winning think-tank founded in 2001,

which has been based out of the world’s leading universities including:

MIT, the University of Oxford and the London School of Economics,

providing world-class academic research and teaching through its case studies.

IISL’s award-winning research on The Evolution of Economic Ecosystems,

which long-predicted socio-politico-economic phenomena including

the 2008 financial crisis, Trump, Brexit, #MeToo,

also long-predicted that as humanity moved from

the “Blue World” to the “Red World”

the earth would lose more than 1 billion people this century.


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“This is either the work of a madman or a genius -

and I am inclined to think that it is the latter.”


Dr Michael Hammer

MIT and Oxford Professor

Time magazine’s “25 Most Influential Individuals”

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The Evolution of Economic Ecosystems

is the award-winning research developed over the past 25 years

by an “internationally renowned economist” (according to The Times)

at the world’s leading universities including MIT, Oxford, Berkeley, LSE,

which predicted the global financial crisis, Brexit, Trump, #MeToo etc.

On 26 February 2020, US President Trump stated:

“the 15 (cases) within a couple of days is going to be down to close to zero,

that’s a pretty good job we’ve done.”



On that date, IISL Research using nonlinear dynamic mathematical models predicted:


By 15 April 2020, the US will have experienced a “Pearl Harbor”:

approximately 2,400 coronavirus deaths in one day.

(It ended up being 2,408 deaths).


By 16 April 2020, the US will have experienced a “9-11”:

approximately 3,000 coronavirus deaths in one day.

(It ended up being 4,938 deaths).


By 18 April 2020, the US will have experienced a “Korean War”:

approximately 36,000 cumulative coronavirus deaths.

(It ended up being 37,054 deaths).


By 1 May 2020, the US will have experienced a “Vietnam War”:

approximately 60,000 cumulative coronavirus deaths.

(It ended up being 60,966 deaths).

The Evolution of Economic Ecosystems