Recent Reads

I generally read about 100 books each year and have decided to keep a running list for those interested in potentially worthwhile reads. It should be noted that I read widely and that the presence of any given book should not be interpreted as my agreement with the positions laid out in said books. There will be some rereads as I'm always going back to texts I've found particularly insigtful.

Not One Inch, M.E. Sarotte

Escape from Rome, Walter Scheidel

Disunited Nations, Peter Zeihan

Us vs. Them, Ian Bremmer

The Return of History and the End of Dreams, Robert Kagen

Narrative Economics, Robert Shiller 

A Random Walk Down Wall Street, Burton G. Malkiel

Putin's World, Angela Stent

How Democracies Die, Steven Levitsky and Daniel Ziblatt