Civil War was meant to be a story that would foster thought and interest in the current world issues. Some say it has done that. Others say it just tag itself as political and poignant and people fostered the thought and interest themselves.
Whatever. I'm kinda tired about talking about Civil War, so rather than go back to that old-hat issue, why not just give out recommends for other readings?
The Pentagon's New Map - Thomas P.M. Barnett
- Not like my bible or anything, but it brought out some interesting issues and a nice little backdrop on what was going on before 9/11 in the military.
Bin Laden, the Man who Declared War on America - Yossef Bodansky
- Very nice. I liked it alot. Gives a great deal of history to Bin Laden and the terrorist movement in general.
Watchmen - Alan Moore
I also have Diplomacy by Kissenger, but I've never gotten around to reading it.