Books Review

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President Kwame Nkrumah Must Read Paper: Understand the Politics of Neo-Colonialism and Imperialism

To understand today’s so-called liberalisation of the world by western states, from the so-called colour revolutions to ”Arab Spring”, IMF and World Bank ”Philanthropic activities” across the third world, READ this little work, just focus on chapter One. The work was written in the 1960s by Ghana’s first independent President, Mr. Kwame Nkrumah and still … Continue reading


Geostrategic Book

The Entire Blog In One-PDF Format Document (as a Ebook)

Hi, Been long since I was here, there is nothing to rambling about, the world continues to be the same. Any way, I just thought I should attach for your benefit, as a ebook, my complete blog, you can download it and read it on your own leisure, if you might have any questions or … Continue reading

I am Looking For An Agent/Publicity For Personal Representation

Please read ‘Wanted: Agent/Publicity‘ page (can be located at the top).

My Three-Year Research Paper: Why The West Is The Principal Source of Threat to Global Security & Peace

The document contains essentially only the first ‘introductory’ chapter of the study (which took me three years for completion, not the chapter but the complete study, and still ongoing). res.des.2012

My Up-Coming Free E-Short-Book (MUST READ SYNOPSIS): The World of 20XX

In this book I will argue that there is an agressive revival of colonialism from the three states of European stock, 1. The US: From A Good Leader to A Corrupt Power First, The United States of America, though, she appears to be caught mostly between schizophrenic cartesian dualism of ‘to be or not to … Continue reading

A Reading Recommendation: Get The Dynamics of The Present From The Past

I would recommend a small essay by Professor Holger H. Herwig ‘Strategic uncertainties of a nation-state: Prussia-Germany, 1870-1918‘, Chapter 9 on Murray, W., Knox, M. & Bernstein, A. (ed.) (1994) The Making of Strategy: Rulers, States, and War, CUP: Cambridge. pp. 242-277. Though the essay concerns itself with aforementioned period and actor, it actually provides … Continue reading

On The Economics of Competitive National Advantages In Global Politics: Examined via a Statement of The Day (incl. Selected Headlines For You)

”US President Barack Obama has recently suggested that Europe must take on more debt to stimulate the economy. Such reliance on cheap money, though, is what got us into the current crisis in the first place — both in Europe and in the US. America’s problem isn’t too little money. It’s a lack of competitive … Continue reading

On Modern Warfare: Field Marshall Foch Brilliant Assessment (plus few reviews)

On his monumental, but [I] rather [found it] too archaic and outdated work, of course, excluding the chapter to be reviewed here, ”On The Characteristics of The Modern Wars” in The Principles of War. The French Field Marshall, and the Allied Forces Generalissimo, during the later stages of the First World War, General Ferdinand Foch, … Continue reading

A Response to Jonathan’s Question on The British Political System & European Integration Resistance

A response to an enquiry emailed-in by Mr. P. Jonathan of Bristol, who asked, ”Why the British political elites (as I argued yesterday) seemed more disturbed and resistant to the European Integration?” Dear Mr. Jonathan, First and foremost, thanks for your email, and your participation on the debate of the future of the British State. … Continue reading

The Great Works (Reviewed & Shared with Readers: Bernays’ Propaganda; Spycatcher; Le Bon)

There are few works that can really be called great works, as they have that practical-application, rather intellectual-stimulation, and so today, I will share with you, the readers, few of these great works, all of which are available through open source websites. 1. The First Work is that of the Spycatcher, by a former MI5 … Continue reading

On Book Review: How To Use Politicans to get what You Want, by Scott Colvin

The Book is very interesting, and might be more interesting for wannabe-lobbyists, or just those who seek to campaign for local community agenda, or individually, through their representatives or local based multinational corporations. It is an excellent read on ”How-To” for novice and the general Public Highly Recommended, not to buy, but to borrow from … Continue reading

On Book Review: Talent Is Overrated By Geoff Colvin

This is the best book I have ever read as ‘management’. You can stack the rest up the shelves for dusts, and just have this as your holy managerial bible. It examines the psychological, the structural, the physiological, the nurture v nature debate and ‘the elitist school’ on human nature, and provide you with a … Continue reading

On Book Review: The Black Swan, By Naseem N. Taleb

First, pre-reading advise: have plenty of aspirins and indigestion pills close-by, you will need it. The Book I will recommend for Amusement only. It has no significant importance or value, but the author (for personal vanity and need for glory and recognition, and acceptance), believes 100% it does, and he does keep forcing the imagined … Continue reading

Book Review: On Anatole Kalentsky ‘Capitalism 4.0’ (After Completion)

Well, for those who will remember, we had a first review of the book already last month, and literary sum-it-up as, a typical economist-looking-for-clients for their products, through ‘fear-mongering with hope’: we will beat Authoritarian China; Capitalist Democracy rule; and so forth. Now, after completing the book, and should confess, I jumped pages, as you … Continue reading

Book Review: Anatole Kalentsky’s Capitalism 4.0 & Our Economic Future

Well, the book and the author stand point from the first few pages present clearer what they are, Neo-Randian (Ayn Rand) Conservatives, of free-market with perhaps ‘very light, very very light’ regulation (I am trying hard to look for another word other than this, regulation, as the other does, what ”partnership’ of Private-Government necessity to … Continue reading