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Notes on Global Politics, History and Social Movements
Created 03 Aug 2021
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  • The Revival of Global Revolutionary Shi'ism, Part 2
    15 Nov 2021 • 13 min read • 1 1
    Renewal This outcome sent shock waves throughout the Arab world. Revolutionary Shi’ism gained a new legitimacy and Iran, the long-time patrons of Hezbollah, were able to reap the benefits of their all...
  • The Revival of Global Revolutionary Shi'ism, Part 1
    15 Nov 2021 • 11 min read • 1 0
    “Is it with death you threaten me? Death to us is normalcy and martyrdom is dignity offered from God…Today, we celebrate the significant historic Divine and strategic victory. How can the human mind i...
  • South Korea's Struggle for Life, Part 2
    03 Nov 2021 • 13 min read • 1 0
    The People of Gwangju Awaken Throughout the changes the 1970’s brought to Korea; it is often thought that Gwangju experienced some of the worst of it. The province has some of the best farmland in Kor...
  • South Korea's Struggle for Life, Part 1
    03 Nov 2021 • 11 min read • 1 0
    Freedom stays alive behind the history of sacrifice. Though it disappears from this age, the flower of democracy will bloom. As the wind of reunification blows on the road I left, tears well up at the...
  • The Great Game Over the Great Lakes, Part 2
    17 Oct 2021 • 13 min read • 2 0
    The Great African War “It is in the interest not only of the people of Congo-Zaire that there should be a settlement; it is in the interest of the whole continent of Africa. Zaire, as we have pointed ...
  • The Great Game Over the Great Lakes, Part 1
    17 Oct 2021 • 13 min read • 1 0
    “Whoever controls the Congo controls the World” - Mao Zedong 1961 “We know that Africa is neither French, nor British, nor American, nor Russian, that it is African. We know the objects of the West. Y...
  • Economics and Siege Warfare in Venezuela, Part 2
    10 Oct 2021 • 10 min read • 1 0
    Trump, Maduro and Guaidó Now that the United States had domestic oil dependence it could now pursue a more aggressive regime change policy to unlock oil fields for private companies. The Maduro govern...
  • Economics and Siege Warfare in Venezuela, Part 1
    10 Oct 2021 • 10 min read • 1 0
    The Wikipedia entry for siege warfare defines it as, “A form of constant, low-intensity conflict characterized by one party holding a strong, static, defensive position.” Former Special Envoy to Venez...
  • The Fixers of Japanese Empire, Part 2
    20 Sep 2021 • 12 min read • 1 0
    China, Russia, and WWI "What we must do is to transform our empire and our people, make the empire like the countries of Europe and our people like the peoples of Europe," – Japanese Foreign Minister ...
  • The Fixers of Japanese Empire, Part 1
    20 Sep 2021 • 9 min read • 1 0
    The Meji Restoration and the Samurai Class In 1877, the now mythical Samurai Saigō Takamori led an army of disgruntled Samurai in southwestern Japan’s Kyūshū island and neighboring regions against the...
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