Robert Steele: Grand Strategy – No Candidate Is Serious

Robert David Steele

Robert David Steele

Grand Strategy: No Candidate Is Serious…

To keep America safe we need to have a government (including military and police) that works as it should as well as a society that works for all; and to stop destabilizing the world while putting America – the 99% disenfranchised economically, politically, and socially – first. Getting there is not rocket science; it requires a Grand Strategy and intelligence with integrity.

The last modern Grand Strategy review was conducted at the direction of President Dwight D. Eisenhower in 1953 – Project Solarium. Everything since then, including our Quadrennial Defense Reviews and our National Military Strategy, has been a mélange of platitudes devoid of holistic analytics, true cost economics, or devotion to the public interest.

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Aug 21

Robert Steele: In Harmony with All Life – The Open Source Way

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In Harmony with All Life:
The Open Source Way

Robert David Steele

We do not need a new paradigm, but rather a return to the original indigenous paradigm that treated the Earth as a sacred Mother, and understood that God was all of us, in harmony with one another and the cosmos, living by one principle (do no harm) and one practice (seventh generation thinking).

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Aug 2

Worth a Look: To the Secretary – Leaked Embassy Cables and America’s Foreign Policy Disconnect

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This title will be released on 12 July and is available now for pre-order.

To the Secretary also reveals the disconnect that diplomats face at home, guided by conflicting approaches from multiple Washington stakeholders intent on their own agenda, often unaware of realities on the ground. In an honest assessment of America’s foreign policy challenges, Thompson-Jones describes the deepening gulf between decision makers in Washington and their diplomats in the field. From misinterpreted analyses of anti-Americanism to Washington’s unwillingness to send resources to support diplomatic activities that could make a difference, To the Secretary shows what policymakers can learn from diplomats abroad―and how this can strengthen America’s place in an unstable world.

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Jul 1