Flying Blind by Zeeshan is one of the most informative books out there! I’m not someone who knows a lot about foreign policy or even takes an interest in them, reading the book has made me realise how much of an impact it can have on us and why we should make ourselves more aware.
My grandfather gave it a read as well and he said that Zeeshan’s research for the book has been thorough and meticulous. He said - “it’s like reading 10 books”.
The author’s passion for the subject is what strikes the ignorant reader at once! Acquiring knowledge might be a task but imparting that same knowledge to people in different walks of life is a while other challenge. Zeeshan takes an honest jab at sharing his views through Flying Blind, it’s time we stop being ignorant of things that impact us. Pick up your copy today!
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Flying Blind: India's Quest For Global Leadership Kindle Edition
About the Author
Mohamed Zeeshan is a foreign affairs columnist, consultant, and the editor-in-chief of Freedom Gazette. He has previously worked with the Indian delegation to the United Nations in New York and with Kearney, the global consulting firm. As a consultant, Zeeshan has advised governments across the Middle East on economic and political modernization, and helped draft a multilateral declaration on cybersecurity at the 2020 G20 Summit in Riyadh. He was also involved in strategizing India's historic election to the International Court of Justice in 2017. Zeeshan is currently a staff writer for The Diplomat and hosts a monthly Sunday column in Deccan Herald, titled 'The Z Factor'. He also writes frequently for the Straits Times, the Sydney Morning Herald, and South China Morning Post, among other international dailies. Zeeshan holds a master's degree in international affairs from Columbia University, where he edited the online edition of the Columbia Journal of International Affairs. --This text refers to the hardcover edition.
- ASIN : B07GBWPH6P
- Publisher : Vintage Books (25 January 2021)
- Language : English
- File size : 1588 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
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- Print length : 208 pages
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It’s like reading 10 books!Reviewed in India on 2 March 2021
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A great book on foreign policyReviewed in India on 29 January 2021
Lively and lucid language, makes for a very fresh and interesting read. Zeeshan asks some hard questions about our foreign policy and what it means to us as citizens - issues that we should be talking about more often
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A commendable work.Reviewed in India on 1 February 2021
This work is unputdownable. Very interesting and brilliant observations made by zeeshan, to recalibrate Indian foreign policy in order to achieve the purportedly grand ambition Aatam Nirbhar Bharat...
ExcellentReviewed in India on 30 March 2021
Very well written that even a layman can understand the importance of foreign policy.