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One of the top interesting books I had read in quite a while,
Very engaging and immersive read that keeps you thinking about the content even when you are not reading. Read more
I read this on the recommendation of an acquaintance. Predictions and observations based on data such as demographics were interesting and useful. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Andrew J. Seager
It reminds me of Foundation by I. Asimov. A visionary predicting future wars, geopolitics and rise and fall of an empire.Published 1 month ago by Juanjose Manriquez
I'm by nature a pejorist so this book was a bit Pollyanna-ish for me but I found the geopolitics fascinating. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Michael Yetter
Author did a great job using geopolitical long term patterns to "foresee" the future. I would not be surprised if he turns out to be accurate for many of his predictions. Read morePublished 2 months ago by J. Deacon
Great book. Several predictions are already coming true, and the others are eminently plausible.Published 2 months ago by Brian D Wassom
Very interesting and informative book on interpretation of geopolitics. Recommeded reading for understanding why events happen as they do.Published 2 months ago by James J. mcMahon
Some very interesting insights. I like the methodology presented the most. A great deal of wisdom along with the personal story of his family who somehow managed to survive the... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Mark Taylor