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“Considerations on the Government of Poland” by Jean-Jacques Rousseau, 1772 (Book Review)

The Swiss philosopher Jean-Jacques Rousseau (1712-1778) is one of the most influential thinkers in human history. Here at Strategy&Future we have already had the opportunity to analyse his great idea of the Social Contract. This time I would like to examine another of Rousseau’s works: “Considerations on the Government of Poland”...
Book Review, Uncategorized 2 months ago

Considerations on the Causes of the Greatness of the Romans and Their Decline by Montesquieu (Book Review)

One of Montesquieu’s main contributions is the historiosophy of the Roman Empire. This book is one of the first attempts at interpreting the course of history and historical events of the Roman Empire...
Book Review 3 months ago

Geography and Foreign Policy by Nicholas John Spykman

It is already a deep tradition amongst the apologists of the theory of International Relations to compare Geopolitics with ideology or dogmatism...
Book Review 4 months ago

Andrei Sakharov’s “Thoughts on progress, peaceful coexistence and intellectual freedom” (Book Review)

Many know of Andrei Sakharov (1921-1989) as a Soviet dissident, a Nobel laureate, an activist for disarmament, peace, and human rights. Of course he was also a nuclear physicist and the designer of the first two-stage hydrogen bomb...
Book Review 6 months ago
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