Review: A Brutal State of Affairs


By Andrew Field The genesis of “A Brutal State of Affairs” lies in Henrik Ellert’s original work “Rhodesian Front War”, but it is a vastly improved work in which Henrik is co-authored by Dennis Anderson. Both men were tangled in the murky world of intelligence as operatives in Ken Flower’s Central Intelligence Organisation (as members … Continue reading Review: A Brutal State of Affairs

Corrupt States: Outcome Choices – Democracy or Revolution


By Andrew Field - Follow on Twitter One may ask, is there some correlation between democracy and corruption? It would seem there is. Those countries with autocratic or ‘president for life’ dictatorships, or those that suffer democracy challenges, seem to have a higher ranking, for being lofty in their corruptness, than those with more stable … Continue reading Corrupt States: Outcome Choices – Democracy or Revolution

Political Game Conservation Woes


By Andrew Field - Follow on Twitter Zimbabwe’s south eastern Lowveld features a number of intensive natural conservation areas and the Gonarezhou National Park, a wildness region destined to form part of the Great Limpopo Transfrontier Park. The domain of the Transfrontier Park is expected to see its international boundaries (between Mozambique, South Africa and … Continue reading Political Game Conservation Woes