- Author:James Eubanks
- Publisher:iUniverse (May 6, 2008)
- Pages:224 pages
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The Edge Of Sovereignty book.
The Edge Of Sovereignty book. In James E. Eubanks' third novel involving Stark, a member of the ultraconservative patriotic group the Virginia Militia, Stark begins an odyssey to rid the country of sanctuary cities, end illegal immigration, and restore the sovereignty of the United States. The Communist Chinese, in their hatred of the United States, form a military alliance with Mexico. President Oscar Fuchs develops a plan to overrun America with an unstoppable flood of Mexican refugees forced to go north by the Mexican government.
Preface for The Edge of Sovereignty. The Mexican illegals are being encouraged to migrate to the United States by a Mexican government that for at least a hundred years has been unable or unwilling to advance the health, education, and welfare of the average Mexican citizen.
James Eubanks was my platoon leader in Vietnam. He was an exceptional officer, leader and human being. His later military experiences gave him a unique exposure to world affairs and its impact on the US. A must read for those who are frustrated with failed leadership displayed by our elected officials.
Sovereignty at the Edge: Macau and the Question of Chineseness is a 2010 book by Cathryn H. Clayton, published by the Harvard University Asia Center. It discusses the Handover of Macau from Portugal to the People's Republic of China and the associated processes. According to Sin Wen Lau of Australia National University, the book's focus is a cultural identity for the Chinese population in Macau promoted by the Portuguese government.
Protecting sovereignty while advancing American interests in the global . I implore the nationalist crowd to overcome its resistance and read this book.
Protecting sovereignty while advancing American interests in the global age Americans have long been protective of the country’s sovereignty―beginning when George Washington retired as president with the admonition for his successors to avoid permanent alliances with foreign powers. A principal strength of the book is Patrick's explication of important conflicts between US domestic politics and foreign policy. Here the author has a sure touch for identifying especially important examples and evidence. Arthur I. Cyr, International Affairs. James Traub, columnist, Foreign Policy
The Sovereignty Wars is a compelling rejoinder to those who contend that a preoccupation with sovereignty will bolster .
The Sovereignty Wars is a compelling rejoinder to those who contend that a preoccupation with sovereignty will bolster America’s perch. It is also a sobering warning to those who believe that policymakers simply need to wait for the populist storm to pass. Ali Wyne, The Bridge. In illuminating the different meanings of sovereignty and the great historical struggles over them, The Sovereignty Wars provides the terms for new and enlightened thinking about America’s global engagement. G. John Ikenberry, Albert G. Milbank Professor of Politics and International Affairs, Princeton University.
Eubanks tries to employ the literary device of pathos to allow the reader to experience what Eubanks went through
Eubanks tries to employ the literary device of pathos to allow the reader to experience what Eubanks went through.
This book explores the relationships between property and the concept of sovereignty from a number of different perspectives. It distinguishes between the dual meaning of 'sovereignty' in property discourse – political sovereignty and owner sovereignty. The contributors discuss the nature of sovereignty in both senses, applying it to a wide range of topics such as the evolution of property rights in fragile and conflict-affected nation states, and notions of sovereign property in new worlds.
Griffiths also provides food for thought for the coming conversations about human rights online and whether and how we can regulate the Internet in a way that serves the common good. He was generous enough to answer some questions in an interview with me last week