Category Archives: David Murrin

Brexit Part XIV: The State of the Nation?

  By David Murrin On Wednesday, March 29th, Britain will once more officially begin to chart its own course as a sovereign nation. 288 Days after the famous Brexit referendum vote, Sir Tim Barrow, the British Representative to the EU, … Continue reading

Posted in David Murrin, European Union, Politics, United Kingdom

Resource scarcity, Wars and AI

by David Murrin info@davidmurrin.co.uk One of the key principals expounded in Breaking the Code of History (BTCH) was that the majority of geopolitical conflicts are driven by resource competition. This prime driver can easily be considered as a unique human, … Continue reading

Posted in Artificial Intelligence, David Murrin, Robots, Technology, Thought-Provoking Analysis

How Trump Could Win The White House While Losing The Popular Vote

  By David Wasserman of FiveThirtyEight OK, before I say anything, a quick disclaimer: This piece is not a prediction. In fact, I’m a religious (maybe fanatical) adherent of FiveThirtyEight’s 2016 election forecast model… That said, in the event this … Continue reading

Posted in Candidates, Constitutional law, Controversial, David Murrin, Donald Trump, Elections, FiveThirtyEight, Hillary Clinton, Political parties, Politics, polls, White House

Why is China doing what nations do when they prepare for war?

by David Murrin In my new book, The Roads to Wars, I outline a ten step process that nations walk before they initiate a war of expansion. Key to that process is the commitment to resource acquisition, economic power and … Continue reading

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