Tuesday, August 12, 2008

Socionomic Wrap-Up of the Conflict in Georgia

Okay, we'll be transitioning off this story and back to keeping an eye on the coming debt storm in the U.S.

One final thing I do want to draw your attention to is an interview with and analyst from EWI who wrote a white paper on Russia using socionomic theory that is generating a lot of buzz. This kind of thing is why I find socionomics to be an interesting and useful model for events.

Check it out if you have the chance:

Socionomist and EWI Analyst who predicted Russia-Georgia conflict to appear on Bloomberg TV today at 5:30 p.m. ET.

In November 2007, the Socionomics Institute’s Alan Hall issued the 20-page research report, "Sizing Up A Superpower." It assessed the relationship between Russia's turbulent history and its then-current social mood.

More specifically, he spoke of "Georgia's desire to bring its pro-Russian separatist regions under control, but Russia has military plans to stop any move by Georgia to secure these regions.

"Mr. Hall will discuss the developing situation in the region today, Tuesday, August 12 at 5:30 p.m. ET on Bloomberg television. Be sure to tune in! You can stream Bloomberg TV live online here.

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Click here and scroll to the bottom of the story if you are interested in the full report.

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