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Are The Contemporary Islamic Fighters Dictating The ”Terror Wars”?

A simple unmissable fact: Modern Islamic Insurgencies appear to be firmly in control of the general status of the contemporary global violence, in the sphere of so-called ”global war on terror”. It does seem that, utilizing the popular guerrilla tactics and strategies and the general wisdom of military strategy, the Contemporary Islamic Insurgencies are [a] … Continue reading

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

New Age of Women Exploitation: How Non-Western Women Are Being Used As Tools Of Western Foreign Policy

History is full of ”heroic” women in the line of fire and in the game of high politics and security affairs from Cassandra and Helen of Athens to Dido of Carthage, to Mata-Hari, SOE women and so forth. Today, the women of ”third world”, apparently, that to the western version– chained and beaten every day … Continue reading

Dotcom 2.0: The Next Big Internet-Induced Financial Crush (with headlines)

There is one thing that comes out in bigger-picture every time I watch the news or trend-observation on the general and specific shifts, and happenings across the globe, in areas of finances, banking, security etc, the more frequent nowadays is the new IPOs from social media, Facebook ”valued” at $100 billion I can assure readers … Continue reading

How To Divert, Disrupt and Divide the Core of The Contemporary Western Military Alliance

This ‘project’ is still under ‘study’, as such I will only reiterate the basics core of the thesis. The Origins of the Project: The ‘project’ started with the question, ‘what or who are the core of the contemporary military alliances in the world?’—the answer to this, I decided was to be found in ‘NATO’, a … Continue reading

Political & Security Risk Analysis: UN should be at a ‘Severe Alert’ Level!

UN should be on a severe alert (if we still use the colored-coded alert system, which I believe was recently replaced) across the globe, and through all it’s agencies. The organisation, understandably, seems to have pissed-off few many ‘angry people’ more recently, and as we have already seen with the trends (Nigeria, Afghanistan, etc), United … Continue reading

My Cost-Less Aerial Defensive Strategy (against Bombings and Surveillance)

An execrise for you: have a look at anything around you, well, they are all very visible, right, by day made so, with the help of the good old sun, and by night, the moon and other natural reflectors that support the eye abilities to spot and recognise the object. This is largely from within … Continue reading

Protected: A Proposed Chinese Grand Alliance Strategy With Russia and Far Eastern States

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Being Mahmud Ahmedinajani II: The Checkmate Option

This I held back yesterday, though was one of the most debated of my policies recommendations: (THIS APPLIES TO SYRIA AND IRAN) Invite Russia to base their troops inside your countries. Offer One major strategic base in the middle-way of Tehran-Northern borders, and a small shared brigade-level in the western borders, close to Iraq (not … Continue reading

Protected: Pax Latina: Why The Next Century Belongs to South Americans (and not US, China, or EU)

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My Report on The Relationship Between The States and Arms Trafficking (illicit and licit)

Please find below my recent report on the ‘state of arms trafficking’. It is an eight-page report. arms trafficking Usual Headlines: http://www.reuters.com/article/2012/01/23/us-africa-spenders-luxury-idUSTRE80M0EE20120123 http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2012/jan/23/gaddafi-loyalists-bani-walid http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2090809/Small-business-owners-ready-employees-bleak-economic-state.html http://europe.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052970203718504577179070432000002.html?mod=WSJEurope_hpp_LEFTTopStories http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2012/jan/23/tsas-intrusions-undermine-security/ http://www.nytimes.com/2012/01/24/nyregion/in-police-training-a-dark-film-on-us-muslims.html?hp http://www.nytimes.com/2012/01/24/us/police-use-of-gps-is-ruled-unconstitutional.html?hp http://www.nytimes.com/2012/01/24/us/ex-cia-officer-john-kiriakou-accused-in-leak.html?hp http://www.spiegel.de/international/germany/0,1518,810773,00.html http://www.theatlanticwire.com/national/2012/01/guilty-marine-haditha-massacre-faces-three-months-jail/47740/

Protected: The Scramble For The Middle East New Mandate: Old Imperial Powers, New Nationalists.

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Protected: The Middle East & The Identification of the Western Achilles Heel: Below the Belt Decapitation Strike

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Protected: The Rise of Internal Political Unrests & Mistrusts: The Single Most Dangerous Threat To The West (The Growth Phase)

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Highly Recommended Reading: Washington Post Article (Applies to UK as well)

This article is perhaps the most concise of the dangers emanated from the proliferated ”national security laws” within the leading democratic states of the west, that are impacting on the rights and freedoms of individuals, the very core, and centre of our values and of democratic civil liberties. To quote a very short, but powerful … Continue reading

COPYRIGHTED: The Age of Guerrilla Warfare In The Air (The #Drones Potentials for Asymmetric Actors)

This is a simple thesis article: Drones have made the potential of fighting ‘continental guerrilla warfare’ applicable and succesful in air combat. Today, most analysts and strategists have been bamboozled with the usual potentials of drones within the ‘standard theories of application’, in the business lingua, in-box thinking, or in further other words, failing to … Continue reading

On Competitive Statecraft: Part I- The Home Front (How to Rebuild First-Rate States’ Economies & Politics; Incl. A Case Study)

Competitive Cities As a Model For National Growth Before the end of the year, I will try to look at how any state can compete, locally, regionally and internationally, without resorting to old schools of thoughts, of violence and force. First, I will discuss how to rebuild internal structures of the state; after all, it … Continue reading

The Only Way To Save #MiddleEast is to………BURN It ( #Iran #Syria )!!

There is only one way for the middle easterners, rulers and citizens, to save their region from the claws of outsiders…put the fear of creating uncontrollable chaos into the hearts of ‘speculators’, after all, what an asset if it is unstable? In short, the remaining targeted/hunted states, Iran and Syria in particular, reaching out to … Continue reading

Political (& Security) Risk Analysis: Discussing #Syria (Strategy & Effects of Post-Assad, for the Benefit of Mr. E)

First, I would like to thank the anonymous Mr. E who emailed me with this questions; 1. ”What about Syria?” 2. ”What Strategic Model should Syria develop at this present juncture?” 3. ”What will be the effect of a post-Assad Syria for the region, and the West?” Let see. 1. On Syria: All The Road … Continue reading