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Category: History & Biographies

Collapse of an Empire Summary

Collapse of an Empire Summary

4 min read ⌚ Lessons for Modern Russia Are you a history lover? Soviet Union’s breakdown wasn’t the end of the ex-socialist republics. Get the big picture of how The Russian Federation managed to conduct political reforms. Who Should Read “Collapse of an Empire”? And Why? In the light of discovery, people need to adopt a […]

The Equity Culture Summary

The Equity Culture Summary

5 min read ⌚ The Story of the Global Stock Market As market trading had its ups and downs throughout history, counter-effects emerged: people learned the impact of risk, the probability of its arising, and evaluation of side-effects. Who Should Read “The Equity Culture”? And Why?  Many quotes and examples from renowned market theorists, such as […]

Alexander the Great’s Art of Strategy Summary

Alexander the Great’s Art of Strategy Summary

5 min read ⌚ Lessons from the Great Empire Builder Leadership according to Alexander the Great: If you think you rule the world, maybe you do. Take this journey, and watch your wisdom expanding. Who Should Read “Alexander the Great’s Art of Strategy”? And Why? Partha Bose agrees that “Alexander the Great’s Art of Strategy” book […]

The Audacity to Win Summary

The Audacity to Win Summary

5 min read ⌚  “The Audacity to Win” deservedly receives a lot of credit, for its straightforward approach, and openness in a political campaign. It’s like having an access to numerous backstage information. We summarize some key findings, which we hope you’ll find entertaining and mind-blowing. Who Should Read “The Audacity to Win”? And Why […]

Top History Books Histories Summary

Top History Books

12 min read ⌚ “Those who cannot learn from history,” wrote Madrid-born American philosopher George Santayana, “are doomed to repeat it”. Unfortunately, the fact that history does repeat itself – as Marx wrote, “the first time as tragedy, the second time as farce” – shows that we haven’t really heeded to Santayana’s words. Or, to quote […]

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