Rice Riots of 1918: An Era of Popular Violence
While peace was on the horizon for World War I, nations were far from settling down. A series of problems would couple with the peace offerings. What would follow would be disease, alterations in food and commodity prices and a new world order. The latter of which would aid to exacerbate Japan’s own issues with…
The Sad State of the Saigon Zoo
Zoos are generally places of good feeling, some excitement and are at least interesting. The purpose of them and the point of their existence could be debated but I can honestly say that I never felt depressed upon being at or leaving a zoo. Until I went to the Saigon Zoo in Vietnam.
Book Reviews: Russian Conflict Management and European Security Governance / The Stroessner Era
Russian Conflict Management And European Security Governance: Policy and Practice by Lance Davies Russian Conflict Management is a book that looks back over the Russian Federation since the fall of the Soviet Union and how it has addressed its foreign affairs and adapted to how the West reacted. It’s a very academic book, written in…