Introduction to Disunited Nations

We are only five days out from the release of my third book, Disunited Nations: The Scramble for Power in an Ungoverned World. As a final tease, below are the chapter headings. As you can see this book is a full-on once around the world. We’ll chop through all those countries that we’ve all thought of as the countries of the future and show how they will be anything but. But more importantly we’ll explore a few countries we rarely think about that will rise to dominate the human condition.

As an added kicker, at the end of this letter is a link to the full intro…

INTRODUCTION:
Moments of Transition

CHAPTER 1:
The Road So Far 1

CHAPTER 2:
How to Rule the World, Part I: The American Model

CHAPTER 3:
How to Rule the World, Part II: The British Model

CHAPTER 4:
How to Be a Successful Country

CHAPTER 5:
Japan: Late Bloomer

CHAPTER 6:
Russia: The Failed Superpower

CHAPTER 7:
Germany: Superpower, Backfired

CHAPTER 8:
France: Desperately Seeking Dominance

CHAPTER 9:
Iran: The Ancient Superpower

CHAPTER 10:
Saudi Arabia: The Anti-Power and the Destruction of the Middle East

CHAPTER 11:
Turkey: The Awakening Superpower

CHAPTER 12:
Brazil: Sunset Approaches

CHAPTER 13:
Argentina: The Politics of Self-Destruction

CHAPTER 14:
The Misshape of Things to Come: The Future of American Foreign Policy
Thread 1: Unwinding the Global War on Terror
Thread 2: The Order Hangover
Thread 3: Strategic Retrenchment
Thread 4: Profits Without Borders
Thread 5: Desperately Seeking Instability

CHAPTER 15:
The United States: The Distant Superpower

CHAPTER 16:
Present at the Destruction: The Dawning of the Fourth Age

Zeihan’s more controversial projections will keep readers squirming, usually with pleasure….Another masterful, often counterintuitive, relentlessly entertaining geopolitical thrill ride.
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Zeihan integrates a wealth of information and data into lucid analyses written in accessible, boisterous prose… The result is a stimulating look into the geopolitical crystal ball.
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