Miles Axe Copeland Jr. The son of a doctor, Copeland was born in Birmingham , Alabama. According to history professor Hugh Wilford, there is nothing in Copeland's CIA files to suggest he was a professional musician, but "several relatives and friends have testified to his musical ability. Copeland was married to archaeologist Lorraine Adie. John Sparkman of Alabama, who arranged a meeting with William J.
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Machiavellian principles for Third World revolutionary leaders in solving their power problems and amoral advice on Machiavellian principles for Third World revolutionary leaders in solving their power problems and amoral advice on advisable American moves and countermoves are developed through a case history presentation of Egypt's President Nasser, his domestic and diplomatic maneuverings, and the United States' methods and many mistakes in dealing with him and the whole Middle Eastern situation.
Copeland, an American management consultant and former State Department employee who helped organize the CIA, played the part of Nasser off and on from in the State Department's Games Center, where superexperts assume the roles and psyches of world leaders to ""game out"" international trends and crises and predict their outcomes.
He has also ""probably seen more of Nasser than any other Westerner,"" and admires Nasser's grasp of ""the art of doing the necessary. The historical treatment is sketchy and short-sighted since it is strategy-oriented; it ranges from an elucidation of American interference in Syrian politics between to a brief treatment of the Arab-Israeli war of June and its aftermath.
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The Game of Nations: The Amorality of Power Politics
The game of nations: the amorality of power politics
The Game of Nations - the Amorality of Power Politics - Miles Copeland
THE GAME OF NATIONS: The Amorality of Power Politics