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Gruesome but Necessary: Global Governance in the 21st Century?


Citations of non-Kairos documents (References)

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Attali, Jacques.  Noise: the political economy of music. University of Minnesota, 1977/1985. [outline | review | review]

Bonk, Curtis J. / Dennen, Vanessa P.  Massive Multiplayer Online Gaming: a research framework for military training and education. Office of the Under Secretary of Defense for Personnel and Readiness, 2005. [text]

Cerulo, Karen A.  Never Saw It Coming: cultural challenges to envisioning the worst. University of Chicago Press, 2006.

Diamond, Jared M.  Collapse: how societies choose to fail or succeed. Penguin, 2005.

Freier, Nathan.  Known Unknowns: unconventional 'strategic shocks' in defense strategy development. Strategic Studies Institute, U.S. Army War College, November 2008. [text]

Kahn, Herman.  Thinking about the Unthinkable. Horizon Press, 1962.

Kahn, Herman.  Thinking about the Unthinkable in the 1980s. Simon and Schuster, 1984.

Handy, Charles B.  The Age of Unreason: new thinking for a new world. Random House, 1989.

Handy, Charles B.  The Empty Raincoat: making sense of the future. Random House, 1995.

Hornberger, Jacob G.  Obedience to Orders. Future of Freedom Foundation, 2003. [text]

Hornberger, Jacob G.  Obedience to God or Obedience to Orders? Information Clearing House, 2009. [text]

Lemert, Charles.  Thinking the Unthinkable: an introduction to social theories. Paradigm Publishers, 2007.

Lovelock, James.  The Revenge of Gaia: why the Earth is fighting back - and how we can still save humanity. Allen Lane, 2006.

Lovelock, James.  The Vanishing Face of Gaia: a final warning: enjoy it while you can. Allen Lane, 2009..

Norene, Luther N.  Obedience to Orders as a Defense to a Criminal Act. Thesis presented to The Judge Advocate General's School, 1971. [text]

Ormerod, Paul.  Why Most Things Fail: evolution, extinction and economics. Wiley, 2005. [extracts]

Ramo, Joshua Cooper.  The Age of the Unthinkable: why the new world disorder constantly surprises us and what we can do about it. Little, Brown and Company, 2009.

Sands, Philippe.  Torture Team: Rumsfeld's Memo and the Betrayal of American Values. Palgrave Macmillan, 2008.

Saul, John Ralston.  The Unconscious Civilization. House of Anansi, 1995.

Taleb, Nassim Nicholas.  The Black Swan: the impact of the highly improbable. Random House, 2007. [contents]

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