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The Golden Gift By J.S. Kim
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Inside the Golden Gift is a shocking revelation that no banker ever wants you to know. Yet if the world becomes aware of this revelation, we can work together to usher in a new renaissance and period... More > of economic prosperity. The idea inside this book can alleviate poverty, restore peace between warring nations, destroy conditions that give rise to terrorism, and restore the freedom and pride of Republics. Learn the truth about the global monetary system that bankers do not want you to know and help a humanitarian cause as well! Inside The Golden Gift, we will discuss the mechanisms bankers have used to severely alter our perception of reality and how to free ourselves from the financial enslavement that results from our distorted, false reality. 100% of first year sales profits from this book will be donated to three children’s organizations & orphanages, Future Light Kids in Thailand, Two Sisters in South Africa, and The Mulligan Project in Vietnam.< Less
JUDAS CRUCIFIED By LOU BALDIN
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The New Testament tells us that "one" man named Jesus was crucified betrayed by "one" man named Judas Iscariot, history tells a different story. It was the nation of Judea that... More > was crucified, betrayed by a small band of Jewish Zealots that engaged in all manner of rebellious terror and murder against Roman soldiers as well as against their own people in order to provoke war with Rome. Rome did not tolerate sedition and rooted it out wherever it found it, often with dire consequences for many that lived in the towns that the Zealots imbedded themselves. When Titus’ (a future Roman Emperor) failed at his many attempts for a peace treaty between Rome and the Zealots, his tolerance for compromise ended; and he unleashed hell itself on the people of Jerusalem.< Less
Uyghurs: Prisoners In Paradise By Hasna Turner
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This non-fiction book recounts the compelling plight of four Uyghurs from central Asia who fled the grueling oppression of communist China only to be caught in the crossfire of the U.S. led... More > “War on Terror.” Their attempt to immigrate into Turkey derails as they are captured as a bounty offer in Afghanistan and turned into the U.S. military for reward money by local tribesmen. Ultimately, this resulted in their false imprisonment within the notorious U.S. detention center in Guantánamo Bay, Cuba. Moreover, after seven years of being indefinite ‘detainees,’ and overcoming unimaginable obstacles while in captivity, their prayers begging for freedom were finally answered. Subsequently, they were released to the remote, mid-Atlantic subtropical island of Bermuda. And despite their new found freedom in a paradise that American author, Mark Twain, once referred to as “superior to heaven”, they are stateless and stranded to this day, now remaining as ‘prisoners in paradise.’< Less
Uyghurs: Prisoners In Paradise By Hasna Turner
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This non-fiction book recounts the compelling plight of four Uyghurs from central Asia who fled the grueling oppression of communist China only to be caught in the crossfire of the U.S. led... More > “War on Terror.” Their attempt to immigrate into Turkey derails as they are captured as a bounty offer in Afghanistan and turned into the U.S. military for reward money by local tribesmen. Ultimately, this resulted in their false imprisonment within the notorious U.S. detention center in Guantánamo Bay, Cuba. Moreover, after seven years of being indefinite ‘detainees,’ and overcoming unimaginable obstacles while in captivity, their prayers begging for freedom were finally answered. Subsequently, they were released to the remote, mid-Atlantic subtropical island of Bermuda. And despite their new found freedom in a paradise that American author, Mark Twain, once referred to as “superior to heaven”, they are stateless and stranded to this day, now remaining as ‘prisoners in paradise.’< Less
The Strategic Implications Of The Rise Of Populism In Europe And South America By Strategic Studies Institute & Steve C. Ropp
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Populism has received very little attention from military planners. This is understandable. As a political phenomenon, it is viewed as somewhat removed from security concerns and hence as more... More > legitimately within the purview of those members of the U.S. policy community who deal with political issues. Furthermore, as a dynamic, unstable, and ephemeral phenomenon within seemingly stable representative democracies, it is hard to “see” and hence to study. This makes trend extrapolation regarding the growth of populist movements much more difficult than for other future security challenges such as terrorism or unconventional war. In this monograph, Dr. Steve C. Ropp questions whether the enormous potential strategic consequences of a future burst of populist turbulence in Europe or South America suggest that it be more carefully studied. As Dr. Ropp indicates in his analysis, such bursts of turbulence have dramatically altered the U.S. security environment in the past, present new...< Less
Paths Diverging? The Next Decade In The U.S.-Japan Security Alliance By William E. Rapp & Strategic Studies Institute
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Currently, optimism reigns among managers on both sides of the U.S.-Japan alliance for many reasons, not least of which is the Japanese support for the global war on terror. The Japanese are emerging... More > from 5 decades of military minimalism and dependency and beginning to have serious debates about their role in the world and the efficacy of military power. This internal debate, however, has significant external ramifications for Northeast Asia and the United States. A decade ago, Henry Kissinger wrote that “the new world order, with its multiplicity of challenges, will almost certainly oblige a country [Japan] with so proud of a past to reexamine its reliance on a single ally.” In this monograph, Lieutenant Colonel (P) William E. Rapp explores the changing nature of Japanese security policy and the impact of those changes on the U.S.-Japan security alliance.< Less
Stability Operations And State-Building: Continuities And Contingencies - Colloquium Report By Strategic Studies Institute et al.
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State-building is nothing new for the U.S. military. The current age of state-building may be traced back at least to U.S. involvement in the various Balkan conflicts. But with the advent of the... More > Global War on Terror and the subsequent interventions in Afghanistan and Iraq, the U.S. military, especially the Army and the Marines Corps, has been faced with an unprecedented challenge to reestablish entire countries and rebuild their institutions. It is no secret that our forces have suffered through a significant learning process to achieve the success and continued movement towards functioning states which currently marks our involvement in Iraq and Afghanistan. With the publication of Department of Defense (DOD) Directive 3000.05, Military Support for Stability, Security, Transition, and Reconstruction (SSTR) Operations, in November 2005, the Defense establishment addressed this area of state-building and stability operations.< Less
Egypt: Security, Political, And Islamist Challenges By Sherifa Zuhur
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Egypt is a major power and political force in the Middle East, as well as a recipient of significant amounts of U.S. aid for military and economic purposes. It is triply important to American... More > interests in the region as a participant in an important peace treaty and accords with Israel, in the ongoing Global War on Terror, and in its own transition to a more democratic and prosperous nation. In this monograph, Dr. Sherifa Zuhur argues that the Egyptian government’s efforts to retain tight control over the political landscape is impeding the democratization process. In the name of antiterrorism, these efforts may not put an end to sporadic outbreaks of militant violence which reemerged after the 1999 truce with the larger of these radical groups. The long-protested official state of emergency which grants the Egyptian government extraordinary powers has been extended, and that action required constitutional amendments which were recently approved by referendum.< Less
Chinese Perceptions Of Traditional And Nontraditional Security Threats By Strategic Studies Institute & Susan L. Craig
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While “knowing your enemy” has long been a Chinese stratagem, cultural intelligence only recently has gained precedence in American military strategy. Our efforts in Iraq, Afghanistan,... More > and the war on terror remind us of how differently much of the rest of the world thinks and perceives. This monograph is an effort to better understand Chinese thinking. Ms. Susan Craig’s research into Chinese threat perceptions is important for several reasons. Above all, it provides valuable insight into the comprehensiveness of the Chinese concept of national security and how China perceives itself, the world, and China’s place within it. Further, the author’s deliberate effort to maintain a Chinese perspective by relying solely on Chinese sources—namely, scholarly journals, the news media, official policy pronouncements, and personal interviews—demonstrates that Chinese intentions and motivations are not a secret.< Less
Turkmenistan And Central Asia After Niyazov By Stephen J. Blank & Strategic Studies Institute
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On December 21, 2006, President Sapirmurat Niyazov, Turkmenistan’s all-powerful leader suddenly died. His death led to a succession that was evidently dominated by the secret police whose... More > nominee, Gurbanguly Berdymukhammedov, has established himself as president. Because Central Asia is a cockpit of great power rivalry and a potential theater in the Global War on Terrorism, no sooner had Niyazov died than the great powers were seeking to influence Turkmenistan’s future policies away from the neutrality that had been Niyazov’s policy. Turkmenistan’s importance lies almost exclusively in its large natural gas holdings and proximity to the Caspian Sea and Iran. Because energy is regarded as a strategic asset, Russia, Iran, China, and the United States have been visibly engaged in competition for influence. The outcome of this competition and of the domestic struggle for power will have repercussions throughout Central Asia. In this monograph, Dr. Stephen Blank shows the linkage between energy and security...< Less