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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 2, 2009

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    Views from "outside the box" in dealing with contemporary international situations, policies and delimmas!

    Robert D. Kaplan, once again, provides an "outside the box" point of view on the contemporary international - and national - world. His ability to grasp and convey the complex, yet simple, reality of what we tend to view as "uniquely modern" problems from several historical perspectives. His research and writing clearly illustrates the common characteristics between today's "international situations" to those from the 20th century, back to ancient times. His insights and observations present the reader with points of view both decades and centuries old; yet their ageless wisdom is as true today as they were when they were originally made.

    No matter what one's political, social, religious, economic, racial or ethnic background, all that is needed to understand what Kaplan provides in this book, is the ability and desire to rise above "the trees" in order to see "the forest"!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 9, 2007

    change your ways by brutalizing your enemies

    this is a great philosophy to cut through the pc and call a spade a spade. in my time we used to call this being honest and getting to the bottom line.now, unfortunately, it's a philosophy.a great book about dealing with reality pagan style.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 16, 2005

    Thought-provoking & compelling guide to today's global politics!

    Admittedly, I know very little about politics in my own country let alone international politics, but in today's ever-increasing global community I found this book to be an excellent guide. Mr. Kaplan takes the often overwhelming topic of international politics and envelopes it in historical examples which allows the reader to not only understand why it is that governments act the way they do, but that they've been acting this way for centuries. He shows that for all of our technological advancements and supposed modernity that the heart of what drives the realm of international politics is people and our fallible humanity. The book isn't exactly a light-hearted tome but it pushes the reader to open their eyes to the way the world works today and what hope we can have for the future of our global society.

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