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Felix Imonti

Contributor since: 06 Aug 2012

Felix Imonti

The author studied international relations and economics at UCLA where he was in the African Studies Program.  After graduation, he was a securities broker for a number of years before founding a manufacturing business that marketed gold and precious stones.

He was for seven years a director for investment strategies for a private equity firm until retiring a number of years ago to focus upon writing and investing his personal funds.

He has published the history book, Violent Justice and numeerous articles in the areas of international relations, international economics and history.  He has lived in eight countries and traveled through as many as forty others.  After living in Japan for more than ten years, he has relocated recently to Canada to weather the coming economic crisis.

Latest articles from Felix

  • The God King Of Egypt

    Published 30 July 2014 | viewed 6,592 times

    President El-Sisi is a man with numerous problems and few solutions. He is clinging to the military dominated economy that has been one of the…

  • The Coming Storm In The Middle East

    Published 23 July 2014 | viewed 14,778 times

    A new CIA drone base near Erbil, in the Kurdish region of Iraq, seems to have become America’s portal into the Syrian-Iraqi war – a…

  • China Leads From The Shadows

    Published 03 June 2014 | viewed 11,346 times

    While the West tries to preserve the power and the glory of another time, the people with the plans and the determination to reshape the…

  • China’s Careful Days

    Published 30 January 2014 | viewed 15,266 times

    The Chinese believe that they can achieve their objective of acquiring islands throughout the South and East China Seas without a fight.  It worked against…

  • Egypt Marches to a Saudi Drummer

    Published 11 November 2013 | viewed 18,755 times

    General El-Sisi may have found the solution to Egypt’s economic woes.  It is called war.During the weeks up to the coup, General El-Sisi had much…

  • Egypt for Sale

    Published 11 September 2013 | viewed 26,660 times

    Three years has seen the overturn of two government, the deaths of thousands of people and the destruction of much of the Egyptian economy.  In…

  • Reshaping the Syrian Battlefield

    Published 04 March 2013 | viewed 7,738 times

    As the war in Syria moves into a third year, there are serious concerns that the violence will spread throughout the Middle East.  No one…

  • Be Careful: Russia is Back to Stay in the Middle East

    Published 25 February 2013 | viewed 26,251 times

    Russia is back.  President Vladimir Putin wants the world to acknowledge that Russia remains a global power.  He is making his stand in Syria.The Soviet…

  • The Imperial Dream of the Muslim Brotherhood

    Published 02 January 2013 | viewed 10,915 times

    The end will justify the means to unite the Islamic peoples into a world of virtue and prosperity to where the Muslim Brotherhood says that…

  • Politicized Muslim Brotherhood Could Unite the Islamic World

    Published 12 December 2012 | viewed 5,610 times

    A new politicized Islamic force is emerging from Egypt.  If it can survive these early days, the Middle East and beyond will have to deal…

  • Is Pakistan's Paranoia Pushing it Into a Nuclear War with India?

    Published 27 October 2012 | viewed 44,210 times

    The possibility of a nuclear war between Pakistan and India grows every day.  If the Pakistanis do not bring under control the terrorist groups in…

  • Qatar: Rich and Dangerous

    Published 17 September 2012 | viewed 53,616 times

    The first concern of the Emir of Qatar is the prosperity and security of the tiny kingdom.  To achieve that, he knows no limits.Stuck between…

  • The Endless War: Saudi Arabia Goes on the Offensive Against Iran

    Published 22 August 2012 | viewed 60,465 times

    Saudi Arabia has gone on the offensive against Iran to protect its interests.  Their involvement in Syria is the first battle in what is going…

  • The Other Side of the Sanctions

    Published 06 August 2012 | viewed 16,725 times

    Iran has been pushed into a corner and is fighting for its life.  The safest weapon in its arsenal is an economic strategy; and it…

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