Sep 192016
JP Miller 3 Russian's Review

The Three Russians by Gaither Stewart Punto Press, New York Review by JP Miller It may seem strange to begin a review of a “spy story” by noting the stalwart morality of an apparently irredeemable and ruthless spy. But, Stewart’s creation of Misha Nikiforov, ex KGB and Russian successor to his influential and unforgettable Anatoly […]

Sep 132016

=By= Gaither Stewart Editor’s Note: Stewart does a thorough walk around of indifference and links it to comparative examination of the political and ideological differences between Europe and the US. pptechnochiefMore Posts – Website

Aug 232016

=By= Gaither Stewart EDITORS PREFATORY NOTE Cultures across time have embraced the archetype of the “fool” or “holy fool.” These cultural characters play many roles, but there is an underlying edge to them, for they force a kind of introspection; a sharp edged examination of the issue at hand; through the use of distraction and […]

Jul 202016
China Rising: Through a glass, clearly

Moti Nissani reviews Jeff Brown’s latest tour de force China Rising: Capitalist Roads, Socialist Destinations [Print Replica] Kindle Edition by Jeff J. Brown (Author) / 719 pp  Kindle edition   By Dr. Moti Nissani, Professor Emeritus, Wayne State University Jeff Brown’s book, China Rising: Capitalist Roads, Socialist Destinations, helped me close that gap. For one […]

Jul 012016
Paul Garrett reviews "The Three Russians"

Reviewed by PAUL GARRETT The Three Russians. Punto Press, June 2016. By Gaither Stewart “The Three Russians” by Gaither Stewart, TGP’s own Senior Editor and European Correspondent, has just been released and is available at Amazon and other outlets. hen confronted with geopolitical foes, the US attempts to dehumanise its opponents and classify them as threats.  […]