Monthly Archives: April 2014

Adapting the Individual to the Digital Age

The emerging groups In all great changes, there will be probably five (possibly slightly more) percent of the population who will thrive in economic turbulence. They have the ability, either singly or in small groups, to seize every opportunity and turn it to their advantage; they will able to chose the most congenial place of… Read more »

The emerging groups In all great changes, there will be probably five (possibly slightly more) percent of the population who will thrive in economic turbulence. They have the ability, either singly or in small groups, to seize every opportunity and turn it to their advantage; they will able to chose the most congenial place of… Read more »

Recovery Through the Anglosphere

 It is thought that the neologism was coined by the historian Robert Conquest and the thought propounded in his book Reflections on a Ravaged Century that described the common thread running through English-speaking peoples. This idea was expanded by the American businessman and writer James C Bennett in The Anglosphere Challenge (Rowman & Littlefield 2004)…. Read more »

 It is thought that the neologism was coined by the historian Robert Conquest and the thought propounded in his book Reflections on a Ravaged Century that described the common thread running through English-speaking peoples. This idea was expanded by the American businessman and writer James C Bennett in The Anglosphere Challenge (Rowman & Littlefield 2004)…. Read more »

The New ‘Great Game’

By nightfall on June 18 1815 the control of Europe had been decided with the defeat of Napoleon and the Congress of Vienna then decided how the Continent should be divided. In an amazingly conciliatory gesture the integrity of France was mostly upheld, the genesis of Prussian expansion had been established, Britain took over some… Read more »

By nightfall on June 18 1815 the control of Europe had been decided with the defeat of Napoleon and the Congress of Vienna then decided how the Continent should be divided. In an amazingly conciliatory gesture the integrity of France was mostly upheld, the genesis of Prussian expansion had been established, Britain took over some… Read more »

Could the Present Slump have been Foreseen?

Most people reading this will be too young to remember the 1930s. For some it was a period of tranquility, for others of great activity and for yet others, despair. Some like Winston Churchill perceived war clouds, others were determined never to return to the slaughter of twenty years ago. Actually parts of Britain, primarily… Read more »

Most people reading this will be too young to remember the 1930s. For some it was a period of tranquility, for others of great activity and for yet others, despair. Some like Winston Churchill perceived war clouds, others were determined never to return to the slaughter of twenty years ago. Actually parts of Britain, primarily… Read more »