Solutions for a Wounded Planet
by Jim Kingham
Depressed about the environmental disaster currently rocking our world? Unsure about what to do when climate change is only growing worse? Fearful of what the future might look like with so many world powers refusing to acknowledge the issues at ...
The DNA of Executive Protection Site Security
by Tibi J. Roman
An in-depth read in relation to executive protection with a focus on site security, The DNA of Executive Protection - Site Security is essential for anyone new to executive protection or requiring advanced instruction on major event planning. If you ...
Why Human Rights Charters Fail to Fulfill Their Mandates by Donald L. Lang, PhD
Freedom. The Berber symbol adorns a monument outside the Museum of Slavery in The Gambia. It’s also an emblem of hope, that “never again” will such wrongheaded political mindsets cloud our judgment about “rights” and “freedoms,” now enshrined in ...
The War on Drugs
Tales from a Member of the Resistance by Theodore Villella
Villella asks, Why has The War on Drugs expanded exponentially for five decades? Why does it continue to fail? What can you do to end it? He hopes to reach a global audience from Baby Boomers to Gen Z, who recognize they have the power within ...
China Is Not Our Enemy
Understanding China In Context To Create A More Harmonious World by Tai P. Ng
In a time where the USA seems frantic to maintain their world domination by funding a crusade for democracy, it is easy to paint China as an enemy that needs to be kept in check. But is world domination the right goal? What about world peace and ...
Slowing for the Rough Stuff
Trucking in War-Torn Yugoslavia by Jonathan Jones
The complexities of war are only truly known when you’ve experienced it. From 1992 to 1994, Jonathan Jones, an ex-serviceman of the Gloucestershire Regiment, found himself in the depths of chaos while providing humanitarian aid as a civilian truck ...
An Unconventional Life in Politics and Academia by Henry Milner
Some engage in politics; others observe it, but the author of this political memoir is among the few that have had the chance to do both. In these pages, Henry Milner shares his experiences as a student and community activist, an anglophone insider ...
Thoughts During Pandemic 2020
by Nicholas Fung
Thoughts during a Pandemic is a well-written and insightful journal based on author Nicholas Fung's personal thoughts during the Covid-19 Pandemic. The journal provides deep insight into the economic and social events of our times. It also provides ...
Our Refusal to Let Torturer-Traffickers Win by Jeanne Sarson and Linda MacDonald
Women Unsilenced explores the impact of unthinkable violence committed against women and girls through multiple perspectives—women’s recall of life-threatening ordeals of torture, human trafficking, and organized crime, society’s failure to ...
Past and Present by Boris W. Kishchuk
For anyone interested in Canadian history and past and present racism in Canada, this is a thoroughly researched exploration of Canada’s history of internal colonialism, starting in the mid-1800s. The author gives thirty examples of Canadian ...