Tuesday, August 11, 2020
U.S. Veteran and Author, Richard R Biondi, Releases Book, “In Search of Capitalist Peace, ” with the Focus Calling for an Online Peace Summit
U.S. veteran and author, Rick Biondi, has studied world order strategy since 1994. He earned a B.A. in political science from the University of Washington in 1997 and made it a priority to stay on top of the political arena. Biondi says, “COVID-19 is fueling an international crisis that demands an international solution. It exacerbates existing tensions between the West and the European nations. I believe it is time for the World’s leaders to come together for a peace summit and work together to find solutions. History does repeat itself, and in many ways, the answers can be found there.
After World War II, an international monetary system was formed as well as free trade. It worked for awhile. History also reflects the Atlantic Convention of 1962 and the beneficial outcomes. It might not be as simple as these, but if the World’s leaders don’t come together, nothing will change.” Biondi wrote the book, “In Search of Capitalist Peace,” to bring attention to the need for a Peace Summit not only to President Donald Trump but also to all the World’s leaders. Biondi says, “I am explicitly calling for an online Capitalist Peace Exploratory Convention so that nations can work together to recover from the Coronavirus crisis while decreasing their respective national debt. The book is available on Amazon for $9.99 in paperback.
“In Search of a Capitalist Peace, (2nd Edition) calls on President Donald J. Trump to hold a Capitalist Peace Summit before his first term ends. President Trump must inspire world leaders to encourage their respective citizens to participate in an online Capitalist Peace Exploratory Convention modeled on the Atlantic Convention of 1962 during his second term. The Atlantic Convention of 1962 was authorized by the U.S. Government in 1960 and authorized eminent citizens acting on their own accord to explore ways to enhance the strength and unity of the Atlantic Community. Using congressional hearings and reports, this book documents the conveniently forgotten history of the Atlantic Union and World Federalist movements in the U.S. Congress and beyond from 1949 to 1980. It further records the new world disorder that emerged after world federalism was abandoned, and the democratic peace theory was embraced. This book proposes that citizens of all nations pursue a durable peace by perfecting capitalism.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Rick Biondi has studied world order strategy since 1994. He earned a B.A. in political science from the University of Washington (1997), studied international relations at the graduate level under Dr. Jack E. Vincent at the University of Idaho (1998-2000), and holds an M.A. in Security Management from American Military University (2014). Biondi is a former executive consultant (2001-2002) for the Association to Unite the Democracies (AUD). Rick also served on the Board of the Ashburn Institute—which was spawned by AUD. In 2008, Biondi ran for U.S. Congress in Arizona’s 6th Congressional District as a libertarian. Rick is a veteran of the U.S. Army. He served with the 2nd Ranger Battalion (1989-1991) and as a motorized infantryman (1991-1992).
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.capitalistpeace.com
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