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American Exit Strategy

Author : Mark Goodwin
ISBN : 1492373990
Genre : Fiction
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Liberty minded individuals and those who believe in the Constitution will find this near future, Christian dystopian novel to be right up their alley. Those who are looking to be more informed about the potential threats to America's financial stability will learn what to watch for and how to prepare themselves for an economic collapse. America is on the cusp of financial annihilation. Matt and Karen Bair face the challenges of Main Street during a full scale financial meltdown. Government borrowing and monetary creation have reached their limits. When funds are no longer available for government programs, widespread civil unrest erupts across the country. Matt and Karen are forced to move to a more remote location and their level of preparedness is revealed as being much less adequate than they believed prior to the crisis. Meanwhile, Paul Randall, a third party presidential candidate arises to push back against the welfare and warfare spending that have bankrupted our country. While he has gained expansive acceptance, the fight has just begun. Paul Randall proposes a plan to mitigate the coming hyper-inflationary collapse which is a mathematical certainty. His plan is known as The American Exit Strategy. American Exit Strategy uses survival fiction to take an in-depth look at the real life politics and economics behind the issues that are likely to trigger a currency collapse or financial meltdown in the near future. American Exit Strategy is a work of fiction... until it becomes history.

Us National Defense For The Twenty First Century

Author : Edward A. Olsen
ISBN : 9781135308704
Genre : History
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This provocative critique of Washington's current security policies, draws on the arguments made by an array of non-interventionist and conservative-nationalist scholars. It provides a blueprint for a more restrained and unilateral US role in global affairs.

Exit Strategies And State Building

Author : Richard Caplan
ISBN : 9780199877300
Genre : Political Science
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In the past two decades, states and multilateral organizations have devoted considerable resources toward efforts to stabilize peace and rebuild war-torn societies in places such as Afghanistan, Iraq, Kosovo, and Sierra Leone. Despite these prodigious efforts, there has been relatively little consideration of the critical questions arising from the "end game" of state-building operations. In Exit Strategies and State Building, sixteen leading scholars and practitioners focus on relevant historical and contemporary cases of exit to provide a comprehensive overview of this crucial issue. By examining the major challenges associated with the conclusion of international state-building operations and the requirements for the maintenance of peace in the period following exit, this book provides unique perspective on a critical aspect of military and political intervention. Deftly researched, Exit Strategies and State Building sheds new light on what is not merely an academic issue, but also a pressing global policy concern.

A Vietnam Trilogy Vol 3 War Trauma

Author : Raymond M. Scurfield
ISBN : 9780875864860
Genre : History
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A nationally renowned PTSD authority reveals the psychiatric impact of war on soldiers and veterans, dented or minimized by government and the military. Through efforts to treat veterans of past conflicts he illustrates the inevitability of lifelong psychiatric scars from today's conflicts as well.

Aig Rescue Its Impact On Markets And The Government S Exit Strategy

Author : Elizabeth Warren
ISBN : 9781437935868
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Obama The Media And Framing The U S Exit From Iraq And Afghanistan

Author : Professor Erika G King
ISBN : 9781472400130
Genre : Political Science
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Situating Obama’s end-of-war discourse in the historical context of the 2001 terrorist attacks, Obama, the Media, and Framing the U.S. Exit from Iraq and Afghanistan begins with a detailed comparison with the Bush war-on-terror security narrative before examining elements of continuity and change in post-9/11 elite rhetoric. Erika King deftly employs two case studies of presidential and media framing - the weeks surrounding the formal announcements of Obama’s December 2009 'surge-then-exit' strategy from Afghanistan and the end of combat operations in Iraq in August 2010 - to explore the role of mass media in presenting presidential narratives of war and finds evidence of an interpretive disconnect between the media and a president seeking to present a more nuanced approach to keeping America safe. Eloquently scrutinizing Obama’s discourse on the U.S. exit from two post-9/11 wars and contrasting the presidential endgame frame with the U.S. mainstream media’s narratives of the wars’ meaning, accomplishments, and denouement provides a unique combination of qualitative content analysis and topical case studies and makes this volume an ideal resource for scholars and researchers grappling with the complicated and ever-evolving nexus of war, the president, and the media.

Corporate Executive Exit Strategies

Author : K. Thomas Hutt CFP CPA MBA
ISBN : 152461405X
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The game'corporate America. In the world of professional sports, the most serious action doesn't occur on the playing field but off the field'in the front office. Team owners and general managers are constantly reassessing the team's players'a player's performance measures, injuries, salary requirements, incentive bonuses, and player alternatives. Professional athletes are talent assets subject to being traded and dealt by team owners and general managers like pieces on a chess board. This is the nature of ?the game? of professional sports. Some professional athletes, while phenomenal on the field, fail to master the game of professional sports off the field. They didn't consider eventually that their professional sport careers would come to an end. If some athletes are fortunate, they have some say-so in the matter. More often, they don't. Many believe they will be playing for their current team in the foreseeable future. Why not? They had a great season. Why would they expect to be traded, asked to renew their contract at less favorable terms, have to compete with the new draft pick for their position, or even worse, released from the team. Sadly, many never contemplated an exit strategy. I say to you that the careers of professional athletes are similar to the professional careers of corporate executives. The game is called corporate America. Similarly, as a corporate executive, you are at the peak of your professional corporate career. You've just been promoted to the head of the division. Your performance measures are great. Sales trends are up. You are on top of your game'for the foreseeable future. Yet this is the exact point in time when you need to start thinking about corporate executive exit strategies (CEES). Strategy is defined as a plan, method, or series of maneuvers or stratagems for obtaining as specific goal or result. This book provides strategic insights to assist corporate executives in managing the key elements of a well-developed and coordinated corporate executive exit strategy. This book is presented in what I call a quick-action reading format. This format facilitates quick and easy reading and, more importantly, quick implementation of corporate executive exit strategies

Survival And Revival Of The American Dream

Author : Ernst G. Frankel
ISBN : 9781491832264
Genre : Business & Economics
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This book is about the cristicism of the American economic strategy.

American Foreign Policy

Author : James W. Peterson
ISBN : 9781623564889
Genre : Political Science
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The text aims to uncover the roots of the United States' near perpetual involvement in war since the beginning of WWI in 1914. Using alliance politics as the main framework of analysis, it offers a new interpretation that contrasts with the traditional views that war is an interruption of the American foreign policy emphasis on diplomacy. Instead, it posits that war has been the norm during the past century while peaceful interludes were but a time of respite and preparation for the next conflict. After a thorough discussion of the concepts of alliance building and the containment doctrine, the work then addresses such themes as the alliance networks used to confront German and Japanese powers during the early 20th century wars, the role of alliances in containing the Soviet Union during the Cold War, the creation of alliances to restrict and defeat rogue state powers, and whether they were useful when dealing with the challenges posed by terrorism in the post-9/11 world. Each chapter features case studies, a summary, references, and web links. In addition, the book utilizes primary sources, such as U.S. Department of Defense and State documents and presidential statements. An exhaustive study of containment and alliance, this text will be an essential resource for anyone studying U.S. foreign policy, international relations, and national security.

Architects Of Power

Author : Philip Terzian
ISBN : 9781594035036
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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The United States is not a preternaturally inward-looking nation, and isolation is not the natural disposition of Americans. The real question is not whether Americans are prone to isolation or engagement, but how their engagement with the world has evolved, how events have made the United States a superpower, and how these developments have been guided by political leadership. Indeed, the great debates on foreign affairs in American history have not been about whether to have debates on foreign affairs; they have been between the competing visions of American influence in the world. In Architects of Power, Philip Terzian examines two public figures in the twentieth century who personify, in their lives, careers, and philosophies, the rise of the United States of America to global leadership: Franklin D. Roosevelt and Dwight D. Eisenhower. Terzian reveals how both men recognized and acted on the global threats of their time and questions whether America can rise to the same challenges today. Without this clear window into the stricken world that Roosevelt inhabited and Eisenhower understood, we are unlikely to recognize the perils and challenges of the world we have inherited.

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