WILLIAM BRAHMS

CURRENT POSTINGS
2013

UNENCRYPTED DOCUMENTS

  1. The Utility of Warfare in the Modern World
  2. United States vs. Iraq: the Case Against Saddam Hussein
  3. Intelligence Gathering During Operation Desert Shield
  4. The Attacks of September 11 and the Failure of U.S. Intelligence
  5. William Brahms: Sketch of
  6. William Brahms: Public Key, Fingerprint, and Sketch of
  7. The Symbolism of the Olympic Truce in the Modern World: A Proposal to the Olympic Movement and the International Community -- Letter to the Organizing Committee for the Olympic Games ATHENS 2004 S.A., Gianna Angelopoulos-Daskalaki, President of the Board, ATHOC 2004
  8. The Olympic Movement In World Affairs
  9. Symbolism of the Olympic Truce: Letter to Juan Antonio Samaranch, President of the I.O.C.
  10. Olympic Truce Emblem -- With Greek Word Ekecheiria and Motto
    2 Letters Concerning the Global Symbolism of the Olympic Truce in the Modern World
    The Problem With Global Symbolism: The Torch Protests of 2008
  11. Proposed Ceremony for the Papal Election: Bridging the Past and Present, the Visible and Unseen Real through Symbol and Ceremony
  12. A Warning to All Time Travellers Who Would Change the Past: A Cartoon Illustration of the Principle of Self-Consistency
  13. Artificial Intelligence and Language Translation in the Distant Future
  14. The Role of the Courts in the Contested Presidential Election of the Year 2000 in the State of Florida
  15. Fighting Words for a Duel: "They are evildoers in whose hands are wicked schemes and whose right hands are full of bribes."
  16. U.S. Presidential Inauguration: A Proclamation to the World
  17. U.S. Presidential Inauguration: A Proclamation to the World - Notes on Sources



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