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Nafeez Ahmed is an investigative journalist, bestselling author and international security scholar. He is the author of the forthcoming science fiction thriller, ZERO POINT.

Nafeez is an environment writer for The Guardian, the world's third most popular newspaper website, reporting on the geopolitics of interconnected environmental, energy and economic crises via his Earth Insight blog.

Nafeez has also written for the Independent on sunday, The Independent, The Scotsman, Sydney Morning Herald, The Age, Huffington Post, Foreign Policy, Le Monde diplomatique, The New Statesman, and Prospect Magazine, among others.

His journalistic work combines insider information from senior government, intelligence, industry and other sources with interdisci
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Exclusive interview with The Guardian on how to survive a global collapse



So I did this exclusive interview for a feature article inspired by Ubisoft's new console game, Tom Clancy's The Division, with The Guardian. My interviewer, Guardian games and tech editor Keith Stuart, did a fantastic job of covering serious risks with funny, yet probing, questions.

It's a tongue-in-cheek conversation, but it does cover some real issues. 

The most important of which is that if Read more of this blog post »
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The War on Freedom: How and...

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The War on Truth: 9/11, Dis...

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A User's Guide to the Crisi...

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Zero Point

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This book combines exploration of ideas, science, faith and spirit with actual meditation exercises drawn from the author’s own practice. The ideas part is great for introductory reading into the intersections of science and spirit
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“(O)n a whole range of issues, there has been a massive popular shift in public opinion toward a progressive critique of the current political economic system. It is, of course, largely subliminal, not carefully worked out, and lacks a coherent vision for what needs to be done -- but there can be little doubt that this shift has happened, and is deepening. People are increasingly disenchanted, and they are hungry for alternatives.”
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