Global Human Dynamics

This site is created to remedy some of the shortcomings of the academic discipline of "International Relations" which traditionally covers the political relations between nation-states. Global Human Dynamics lay far beyond those parameters. The September 11, 2001 terrorist suicide crashes into the World Trade Center in New York and the Pentagon in Washington made that abundantly clear.

The discipline of Global Human Dynamics delves into the values which inspired the terrorists to blow themselves and others up, the value systems whose symbols they attacked, and the complex networks which generate those values.

The site includes a syllabus. It lays down the outline for a "factors" approach to the study of global human dynamics. It is also a book project. For now, two chapters of the manuscript are in presentable shape and are included on the site. Chapter two constitutes the backbone of the factors approach.  We'll add more chapters as we go along. We shall also, occasionally, post pertinent links, articles and commentaries to the site. 

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