Archive for December, 2016

The Middle East Policy of “Creative Inertia”

I have written 2 posts on this matter including an approach forward on a resolution so I refer to those rather than repeating myself; Leaders reject Netanyahu calls for Jewish mass migration to Israel: Commentary A Cosy Relation with an expected Policy Dictation What I would like to take on here are 2 […]

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The Other Side of WWII

As one who enjoys reading/viewing documentaries about WWII I will be posting material I find interesting and/or significant yet little is known about on this major historic event that helped shape what is termed as the current world order-after we all need to know where we are coming from so […]

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An Interview with the late Eli Wallch

A wonderful interview with Eli Wallack (recorded 2005), one the greatest actors of all time. He died in 2014 but his stock of great works live including 2 of my favourites; The Magnificent Seven (1960) and The Good, the Bad and the Ugly (1966)

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Merry Christmas & Happy 2017

Wishing everyone a Very Merry Christmas and a Happy 2017 (things certainly can only go upward from there, right?). Finally lets make this the coming years resolution; “Ask NOT what Politicians can do for you, but what You can do to Politicians…to make our country Great Again” 🙂 On a […]

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The Hybrid Nature of Warfare & The Role of the Military (Part 2 due January 2017)

The Crimea Factor-Establishing Context Old Techniques within New Context/Terminology: The perception by Western analyst of Russian actions against the Ukraine in 2014 as a new style warfare is one that is misplaced. In fact these are old Soviet style/previously dormant foreign policy techniques that include disinformation and subversion. Steady Re-Emergence […]

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Going Cyber: The New Way

Preface  In this section (a bit long I have to admit) I would like to provide some background context in terms of Motives behind doing the research/posting this blog and the Format I intend to follow/reasoning behind it. Motives a) As some of you may know I am an IT […]

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