Robert Alai, HSC is a Kenyan blogger, internet entrepreneur and cyber-activist. Alai, who used to run the now defunct information technology weblog at Techmtaa.com has earned notoriety for his relentless stream of social rants that misleads, somewhat entertains and, not unusually, embarrasses public officials in equal measure.
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This acclaimed book examines how geography shapes global politics, using ten crucial regions to explain the strategies of world powers. The author provides unique perspectives on Russia, China, the US, Latin America, and more, exploring how each country's physical characteristics impact their leadership and decision-making. Whether through ancient maps or Google Earth, this compelling read reveals how geography always plays a role in shaping our world.
A great book! – source
Explore the rich history of African Nairobi through this remarkable achievement that offers unique insights into African social history, political economy, and gender studies. This book is a must-read for anyone who wants to gain a deeper understanding of African experiences in the face of overwhelming white dominance in written sources. Don't miss out on this groundbreaking work that enhances our understanding of African history.
This book is too interesting. Explosive! – source
This book explores the concept of a possible Fourth Reich and the intricate plan set in the 1940s to fund it. In the 1970s, the children of the Third Reich were set to come of age, and $780 million would await them. However, an unsuspecting American outsider, Noel Holcroft, is tasked with making this plan a reality. If he signs, he'll inadvertently contribute to the rise of the Fourth Reich and authorize his own death warrant. Packed with surprises and suspense, this book will keep you turning pages late into the night.
Used to be such an addict of #RobertLudlum. Even bought this audio book in cassettes and listened to them. The Holcroft Covenant is one of those great pieces. 19 hours. Disposing now. You want it, come get it for free. – source