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This paper studies the making future claims of security by a large selection of experts in D.C.'s think tanks. Although the future is a shared concern on D.C.'s marketplace of ideas and in think tanks, as knowledge producers, experts appear as 'self-blinded' and produce 'self-blinding prophecies'. This paper studies the language of future claims and the role of think tanks in the production of anticipatory knowledge. It discusses how claims about the future are prioritised and highlights thedoi:10.3224/eris.v2i1.19353 fatcat:kdkxrzm2evggxpatdvbuaw5inq