F. William Engdahl

F. William Engdahl


Born
in Minneapolis, The United States
August 09, 1944


American-German freelance journalist, historian and economic researcher. Grew up in Texas, earned a BA in engineering and jurisprudence from Princeton University in 1966, and studied comparative economics at the University of Stockholm from 1969 to 1970. Worked as an economist and freelance journalist in New York and in Europe.

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A Century Of War: Anglo-Ame...

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Seeds of Destruction: The H...

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The Lost Hegemon: Whom the ...

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Myths, Lies and Oil Wars

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Target: China: How Washingt...

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Manifest Destiny: Democracy...

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Pétrole, Une Guerre D'un Si...

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Amerikan Yüzyılının Çöküşü

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“Potentially the most dangerous scenario would be a grand coalition of China, Russia and perhaps Iran, an ‘anti-hegemonic’ coalition, united not by ideology but by complementary grievances. . . . Averting this contingency . . . will require a display of US geostrategic skill on the western, eastern and southern perimeters of Eurasia simultaneously.” — Zbigniew Brzezinski, former foreign policy adviser to Barack Obama”
F. William Engdahl, The Lost Hegemon: Whom the gods would destroy

“Real intelligence in politics, as in science, is the ability to recognize connections that are not necessarily obvious, to see relationships—seeing the interconnectedness of all life, all peoples, and all wars. Real intelligence is the ability to understand that when you unleash a destructive force in one place, it affects all mankind destructively, including those who unleash it.”
F. William Engdahl, The Lost Hegemon: Whom the gods would destroy

“The U.S. government’s need for an enemy, its search for new enemies is really a way of uniting the country, covering its real motives and appealing for patriotism that is called the last refuge of the scoundrel. Patriotism is not the real motive. The real motive is domination and exploitation, and to get away with it you have to have a rallying ground, an enemy. That is where the military comes in.16”
F. William Engdahl, The Lost Hegemon: Whom the gods would destroy



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