ePub The game of nations: The amorality of power politics download
by Miles Copeland
We’re dedicated to reader privacy so we never track you. We never accept ads. But we still need to pay for servers and staff.
Copeland, an American management consultant and former State Department employee who helped organize the CIA, played the part of Nasser off and on from 1955-1957 in the State Department's Games Center, where superexperts assume the roles and psyches of world leaders to ""game out".
Copeland, an American management consultant and former State Department employee who helped organize the CIA, played the part of Nasser off and on from 1955-1957 in the State Department's Games Center, where superexperts assume the roles and psyches of world leaders to ""game out"" international trends and crises and predict their outcomes. He has also ""probably seen more of Nasser than any other Westerner,"" and admires Nasser's grasp of ""the art of doing the necessary.
Copeland's book of the same name. The Game of Nations: The Amorality of Power Politics. Copeland's memoirs have a strong literary quality and contain many embellishments, making it difficult to gauge the historical accuracy of the covert operations he describes. He was active in 1970s political efforts to defend the CIA against critics, including the Church Committee. In 1988, he wrote an article Books
Author: Miles Copeland.
Author: Miles Copeland. Politics of Latin America: The Power Game. The Power of Legitimacy among Nations. Power and Influence: The Embeddedness of Nations. The Wealth of Nations.
Copeland, in this book, presents himself as an amoral "player" in the game of nations, meaning specifically that he did play Nasser in simulation games run by intelligence organizations and more generally as his idea of how to think of world politics (as a game). This overall point is driven home numerous times by citing the idea that world political events and differing nations' operational can be best understood by game theory-by analyses of win/loss possibilities as each nation may practice/play (accurately or mistakenly).
The game of nations; the amorality of power politics. Miles Copeland the amorality of power politics (Simon and Schuster, 1970)(ISBN 0671205323).
That Game of Nations is what this book is about. 20, the game of nations. to keep the "board" until midnight, were removing their coats and rolling up their sleeves, ready for a rough eve- ning
That Game of Nations is what this book is about. to keep the "board" until midnight, were removing their coats and rolling up their sleeves, ready for a rough eve- ning. The security sweep took an hour.
Destination, rates & speeds. 4. the game of nations: the amorali. ISBN 10: 0671205323 ISBN 13: 9780671205324.
A classic in the darker side of international relations, a former CIA officer describes how the game of espionage is played, using the rise to power of Gamal Abdel Nasser in Egypt as a case study. He describes how coups are engineered, assassinations arranged, and bribes passed. Naming names and documenting blunders.
- Daddy Doesn't Live Here Anymore : A Book About Divorce ebook
- Technologies in Health Care: Policies Politics ebook
- Spinoza Doesn't Come Here Anymore (New York Poets series) ebook
- When Work Doesn't Work Anymore: Women, Work and Identity ebook
- Tokyo Doesn't Love Us Anymore ebook
- The Best Intentions - Kofi Annan and the UN in the Era of American Power ebook
- Francine's Day ebook
- United Arab Emirates (Major World Nations) ebook
- Thunder Doesn't Live Here Anymore: The Culture of Marginality Among the Teeneks of Tantoyuca ebook
- The Defense Policies of Nations: A Comparative Study ebook