The Causes of World War Three Revisited

Prophecy is often wrong, and when it is dire, we are thankful for the mistake.  But sometimes prophecy becomes pertinent again when we displace it from its original context to a new one. Almost sixty years ago, the noted sociologist Wright Mills wrote about the causes of World War Three in a context that eventually proved him wrong.  Alas, his alarms seem more appropriate today.

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Geo and Politics: Or how to avoid the wrath of the gods

The word Geopolitics is an association of these two terms that are in conflict today: the planet and the system of social relations. This conflict is more evident everyday and demands more political soundness, because Geo’s response, that is mother earth’s, could be terrible and undisputable

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