Daily Archives: December 5, 2011

Top Ten Lessons of the Cold War for Future China/US Relations

One of my earliest memories of world events was sitting in a Latin class in high school waiting to see the outcome of the Cuban Missile crisis and the interception of the Soviet ships by the US Navy. Would they … Continue reading

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Conflict and Social Dominance Theory

I have always found Social Dominance Theory, developed out of elite social theory, a dash of Marx and Gramsci and shaken well, interesting and useful. It was developed in the book of that name by Felicity Pratto and Jim Sidanius, … Continue reading

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Re-Post: Thomas Hobbes Top Ten Conflict Tips

Well with Christmas coming, I thought it might be good to post one of our most popular postings ever on one of the first Great Thinkers to really work on the issue of war and peace with a systematic approach, … Continue reading

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Re-Post: The Ancient Greek Concept of Glory: The Illiad

I thought it might be good to re-post this as it continues to resonate and attract hits on my  blog and I am reading Owen Lattimore’s translation, though I think I prefer Robert Fagles: Posted on August 8, 2010 I have … Continue reading

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