Category Archives: Thought-Provoking Analysis

The Deadly Dance of the Eagle and the Dragon, Part 4: The Dragon Ascending to Empire Again

By David Murrin, author of Breaking the Code of History – China’s rise as the next global superpower coincide with the rise of President Xi to absolute power. Copying and assimilating the world’s best practice was achieved through becoming the … Continue reading

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History has been repeating itself since the dawn of Man; The key is can we see it in real time?

By David Murrin, author of Breaking the Code of History – At the conclusion of the Third Punic War that finally ended in 146BC with the total destruction of Carthage at the hands of a Roman Army, its leader Scipio … Continue reading

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The Deadly Dance of the Eagle and the Dragon, Part 3: America’s Strategy

By David Murrin, author of Breaking the Code of History – Donald Trump is no doubt a strong leader and the majority of his policies are the right ones to reassert American influence. However, domestically Trump – and thus America … Continue reading

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Zimbabwe’s Coup: Net Gain or No Gain?

Robert Mugabe’s speech at Zimbabwe’s independence in April 1980 focused on peace and reconciliation. It drew sighs of relief from white Zimbabweans and the West. Mugabe was eloquent, highly educated, and seemed eminently reasonable. He was the very model of … Continue reading

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In America, talk turns to something unspoken for 150 years: Civil war

By Greg Jaffe and Jenna Johnson of the Washington Post – At a moment when the country has never seemed angrier, two political commentators from opposite sides of the divide concurred last week on one point, nearly unthinkable until recently: … Continue reading

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