Addressing instability in nation-states requires support from counterpart leaders to stabilize local and regional populations. This, in turn, requires understanding and influencing political will. However, political will in today’s world is not well understood and is evaluated in a subjective, binary manner without consideration of the complexities. To objectively evaluate political will, Securboration, Inc. teaming with Dr. Peter Brecke from the Sam Nunn School of International Affairs at the Georgia Institute of Technology and Dr. Eugene Santos from Dartmouth College created the Objective Political Will Mapping System (OPWIMS). The Securboration Team has identified a key insight into evaluating political will – that it can be deconstructed in terms of goals, actions, and beliefs. As such, OPWIMS includes a revolutionary approach that formally relates goals, actions, and beliefs among leadership, populace, indicators and events of interest and uses them in conjunction with a predictive computational network to derive a nuanced quantification of political will.