Month: September 2017

PI Newsletter #18

1.  The Most Dangerous Option for Germany by George Friedman Last week, a delegation of executives from major German corporations met with Russian President Vladimir Putin.  Such delegations are unremarkable.  Sometimes they travel together to meet with foreign leaders.  It… Read More ›

PI Newsletter #17

1.  Revealed: Russia’s New Experimental ICBM Warheads Russia pilots independent post-boost vehicles for more precise and flexible multiple warhead delivery. 2.   The Czech Donald Trump “I have stopped believing in multiculturalism.” Andrej Babis, one of the Czech Republic’s wealthiest… Read More ›

A Takedown of the Moral Prometheans

Book review by THEODORE DALRYMPLE From: Recently, Amsterdam’s city council forbade the use of the locution “Ladies and Gentlemen” within its halls and precincts. This was not in the interests of strict accuracy: Many women, after all, are not ladies, and many… Read More ›

Konrad Binienda in Recital

Experience the magic of the music of F. Chopin and W. A. Mozart performed by piano virtuoso Konrad Binienda and his friends. Doctor Binienda specializes in the music of Frederic Chopin, having just completed his doctoral dissertation on the orchestration of… Read More ›

Forsaken Ally

The Eagle Unbowed Book Review By Lucja Swiatkowski Cannon From:   Poland’s experience of World War II was unique. Invaded by both Germany and the Soviet Union in 1939, it was the only country occupied by foreign armies from the… Read More ›