A Life in the Shadows: A Memoir gives a fascinating look into the covert world of politics and intelligence. An insightful insider's perspective is offered by A.S. Dulat, a former senior Indian intelligence officer, as he relates his fascinating experiences. Through covert operations, difficult diplomatic situations, and the complexities of national security, this narrative takes readers on an exciting journey. The complicated web of secrets and shadows that mould the power dynamics in our world are illuminated through Dulat's open storytelling and personal anecdotes.
In his book "Aid, Politics and the Battle of Narratives in the US-Pakistan Relations," Hussain examines the nuanced dynamics of the relationship between Pakistan and the United States. In this article, the author looks at how foreign aid functions and how political myths affect this connection. This important cooperation is difficult to manage, and the ramifications for regional stability are explored in the book.
Behind the Mask of Facebook exposes how the tech giant seeks to stifle and silence conservatives and critics from an insider’s perspective. It is a timely read that should be read by everyone wishing to thwart the Big Tech takeover of our way of life.
In his book Dark Persuasion, Joel E. Dimmesdale follows the development of brainwashing from its first expressions in Ivan Pavlov's research to the present-day uses of social media. The book explores the historical use of various persuasion techniques, including propaganda and manipulation, to influence people and mould public opinion. To present a comprehensive picture of the intricate mechanics of brainwashing, Dimmesdale draws from a variety of sources, including psychological studies, historical incidents, and modern occurrences. The book offers insights into how people can defend themselves against these strategies as well as explores the ethical and moral ramifications of them. A thought-provoking and educational book, Dark Persuasion illuminates a potent method of psychological manipulation.
Seven investment ideas are presented in the financial handbook "The Win-Win Wealth Strategy" that can offer significant tax benefits as well as assist readers in accumulating wealth. Tom Wheelwright outlines how readers may take advantage of government incentives to invest in sectors like real estate, energy, and small companies. The book offers helpful guidance on how to choose investments wisely, optimize returns, and minimize tax burdens.
In his book "Fake History: Ten Great Lies and How They Shaped the World," Otto English debunks historical myths that have had a profound impact on how we perceive the past. The book reveals the effects of these false narratives on civilizations and the formation of shared beliefs through smart analysis and persuasive data. It encourages readers to reconsider their viewpoints and provides a critical analysis of historical incidents, promoting a more knowledgeable and accurate assessment of the globe's convoluted history.
How Democracies Die is a 2018 book by Harvard University political scientists Steven Levitsky and Daniel Ziblatt about how elected leaders can gradually subvert the democratic process to increase their power.