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Total War 2006

Simon Pearson

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Prose: non-fiction, Social forecasting, future studies, Political science & theory, International relations, War & defence operations

A dazzling and terrifying future history of the next great world conflict.

In this brilliant book, Simon Pearson plots our future; one full of uncomfortable possibilities governments fear to face. He takes us from today's world where cruise missile diplomacy underlines the dominance of the West to 2006 when an Islamic Alliance dares to challenge it.

Russia experiences a second revolution, across Europe the hope of the new millennium is lost in economic and policy failures, the USA leads a purposeful NATO as the de facto world policeman and a single figure emerges to unite Islam. The world staggers towards inevitable war...

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Praise for Total War 2006

  • Pearson's military theories have their basis in some serious academic study - Independent.

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Simon Pearson

Simon Pearson has worked on The Times since 1986. His interest in military history was stimulated by his father who served with the RAF in World War Two. He is the author of the bestselling The Great Escaper, published in 2013 and described by the Sunday Times as 'enthralling, an astounding story of honour and resilience'.

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