An official report presented by James Clapper to the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence. In this report, you will find official assessments on a number of perceived threats, including cyber, counterintelligence, terrorism, WMDs, counterspace, organized crime, economic trends, natural resources, health risks, and mass atrocities. The report also discusses perceived threats from key foreign regions, including Iran, Somalia, Haiti, and Central America.
This is coming straight from none other than James We’re-Not-Collecting-Data Clapper. Official positions are always insightful, though many times reports like this don’t really lend themselves to new information.
Worldwide Threat Assessment of the US Intelligence Community