Tag: Brought

How the West Brought War to Ukraine

Free Download How the West Brought War to Ukraine: Understanding How U.S. and NATO Policies Led to Crisis, War, and the Risk of Nuclear Catastrophe by Benjamin Abelow, Larry Wayne
English | 2022 | ISBN: N/A | ASIN: B0BM56PJYV | 1 hour and 39 minutes | M4B@127 Kbps | 91 Mb
"A brilliant, remarkably concise explanation of the danger that U.S and NATO military involvement in Ukraine has created. Needs to be read and pondered by every citizen capable of thinking rationally and responsibly about American and European security." (Jack F. Matlock, Jr., U.S. Ambassador to the Soviet Union, 1987-1991)
According to the mainstream Western narrative, Vladimir Putin is an insatiable, Hitler-like expansionist who invaded Ukraine in an unprovoked land grab. That story is incorrect. In reality, the United States and NATO bear much of the responsibility for the Ukraine crisis. Through a series of misguided policies, Washington and its European allies placed Russia in an untenable situation for which war seemed, to Mr. Putin and his military staff, the only workable solution. In How the West Brought War to Ukraine, author Benjamin Abelow lays out the relevant history and explains how the West needlessly produced conflict, subjecting its own citizens and the rest of the world to the risk of nuclear war.


Genius Makers The Mavericks Who Brought AI to Google, Facebook, and the World

Free Download Cade Metz, "Genius Makers: The Mavericks Who Brought AI to Google, Facebook, and the World"
English | ISBN: 1524742678 | 2021 | 384 pages | AZW3, MOBI | 1092 KB + 970 KB
"This colorful page-turner puts artificial intelligence into a human perspective. Through the lives of Geoff Hinton and other major players, Metz explains this transformative technology and makes the quest thrilling."


Love of the Game The Man Who Brought the Rooney Rule to the UK

Free Download Ricky with, "Love of the Game: The Man Who Brought the Rooney Rule to the UK"
English | ISBN: 1785318268 | 2021 | 256 pages | EPUB | 10 MB
Ricky Hill grew up beneath the shadow of Wembley Stadium, where he sold programmes at England games as a boy. When he was seven, he was told by a teacher that only two in every hundred boys could possibly make it as a professional footballer. Ricky told her he would be one of the two. Ten years later, this gifted midfielder scored on his debut for Luton Town. Ricky stayed with Luton for 14 years, made 508 appearances and became a club legend. Emerging at a time when racism was rife, he was only the fourth black player to represent England. Later, as a coach, he had to fight to smash down barriers holding back black managers, and devised an equivalent of the NFL’s ‘Rooney Rule’ to help BAME applicants secure senior coaching jobs in English football. While Ricky has won trophies and awards overseas, he has been overlooked in this country. In Love of the Game, he tells the shocking story behind his short spell in charge of Luton, and reveals just how much the football decision-makers in England have ignored him and other black coaches.