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Jeffrey MacKenzie is an architect who has an abiding interest in international affairs and in the peaceful resolution of conflicts.
"I have come to realize the role money plays in forces that move nations. The growth model for international business seems to mandate an unsustainable consumption of resources. The resulting wars continually feed this consumption in a deadly loop that makes the hope of a sustainable world economy ever more remote."
Jeffrey speaks no other languages and except for a years ago trip to England and Scotland, has not travelled widely. He has made friends with people from many cultures and economic strata however, and has been able to find common ground with them that has enriched his understanding.
(5 comments) SHARE Wednesday, September 22, 2010 Resolving the Afghan Conundrum
This is a fairly detailed proposal for resolving the Afghan conflict. It involves rotating powers and currency manipulation as tools for achieving stability. As such it is that rarest of phenomena, an effective exit strategy.