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    Book Review: Killing Hope: US Military and CIA Interventions since World War II, Updated Edition, by William Blum

Book Review: Killing Hope: US Military and CIA Interventions since World War II, Updated Edition, by William Blum

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In Killing Hope, William Blum aims to provide a comprehensive account of America’s covert and overt military actions in the world, all the way from China in the 1940s to the invasion of Iraq in 2003 and – in this updated edition – beyond. Julia Muravska is disappointed by some shallow characterizations and concludes that academic readers may not be satisfied by Blum’s […]

Book Review: Perspectives on Strategy

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Anyone wishing to have a truly firm grounding in questions of war and strategy cannot do without Colin S. Gray, and Perspectives on Strategy is no exception, writes Julia Muravska. Gray’s latest book aims to examine in depth five aspects of strategy – intellect, morality, culture, geography, and technology – and poses important questions around technology, geography, and ethics.  Perspectives on Strategy. Colin S. Gray. Oxford […]

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