Channel support and social media: ✓️patreon: com/someblackguy ✓️paypal: ✓️second channel: https://www. Review of the empire strikes back - may 27, 1980 perhaps lucas et al have spent too much time reading their own publicity &ndash discovering the homeric resonance of their movie, its deep cultural and psychological significance perhaps, too, they've simply been overwhelmed by success.
While newspapers like the ft also offer fantastic commentary and analysis, i believe the economist's geographical range (the number of countries it covers on a weekly basis) actually, evernote is a very good way back machine to see what you were reading or to reference a book title, a factoid, something you forgot. Kaplan returned to the same theme in a 'saturday essay' in today's wall street journal called “geography strikes back”: read it here (do scroll through the comments, but you may need a stiff drink as you do) and watch a wsj video presentation here if that isn't enough, robert merry cheers kaplan on in.
If you want to know what russia, china or iran will do next, don't read their newspapers or ask what our spies have dug up—consult a map geography can reveal as much about a government's aims as its secret councils more than ideology or domestic politics, what fundamentally defines a state is its. Readers respond to a recent review of robert d kaplan's “the revenge of geography.
And begun to restore an older world defined by culture and geography when everything else is erased, as mr kaplan observed in “the revenge of geography” (2012), “the only thing enduring is a people's position on the map” ' the return of marco polo's world' review: the empires strike back.
Robert david kaplan is an american author his books are on politics, primarily foreign affairs, and travel his work over three decades has appeared in the atlantic, the washington post, the new york times, the new republic, the national interest, foreign affairs and the wall street journal, among other newspapers.