The Health of Nations by I Khan
Why the Safety of Humanity and Peace in the World Depends on Us All

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The Health of Nations was written by an author who was born, raised and educated in the Third World (Pakistan) until age 21 and who, since, has spent 35 years in America furthering his education, working, raising a family and owning his own business. The book presents insights and observations about the current emotional and intellectual balance among civilizations in the East and West that led him to believe an inevitable East-West confrontational synthesis producing World War III of the nuclear kind is very likely - but avoidable.

Uncanny at processing information from many sources and recognizing patterns of thought and activity that led him to well-grounded conclusions, Iskandar ("I") Khan takes us through a discussion of what produces conflict, a history of religious law, an awareness of international business's superiority over nations, and an acknowledgment of the need for urgent action to begin the potentially lengthy process of establishing peace in today's unstable and dangerous world. Along the way, he makes an appeal to America's baby boomers, Jewish leaders, and the engineers of the world to participate and talks about his own personal action taken on behalf of this noble effort.

A dynamic, insightful and thought-provoking read!


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Published September 16, 2004 by iUniverse, Inc.. 152 pages
Genres: Political & Social Sciences. Non-fiction

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