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Why We Need Philosophy In PME | Grounded Curiosity

A link to a great article from Grounded Curiosity about philosophy and PME.

By The Cove

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United Nations Truce Supervision Organization (UNTSO) Recommended Reading List for Military Experts on Mission - 2020

Michael Scott, the Deputy Chief of Staff of United Nations Truce Supervision Organization (UNTSO) Military Pillar discusses the UNTSO Recommended Reading List for Military Experts on Mission – 2020.

By Michael Scott

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Book Review | Perception and Misperception in International Politics: New Edition

Perception forms the basis for many decisions, regardless of the actual truth. This as true for International Politics as it is for other disciplines. This article, by Chris Field, reviews the...

By Chris Field

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Book Review | The Elite: Think like an athlete succeed like a champion – 10 things the elite do differently

In this book review, Chris Field demonstrates how the ten key skills that elite athletes employ as part of their success can be adopted by all of us in the profession of arms, regardless of our rank...

By Chris Field

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Forces Command PME Program 2020-21 Schedule

The Forces Command PME Program 2020-21 schedule has been set. See what's happening across Forces Command and where you can join in.

By The Cove

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Reading for Remembrance

Continuing our week of remembrance, this short list of books will get you started if you are looking to learn more about 'The Great War' and its aftermath.

By The Cove

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HQ FORCOMD PME Session | Selecting book one of the Forces Command PME Program 2020-21

HQ FORCOMD held a PME session to make their selection for the Forces Command PME Program 2020-21.

By The Cove

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Book Review: The Tyrannicide Brief by Geoffrey Robertson

Tara Bucknall reviews Geoffrey Robertson's 'The Tyrannicide Brief', a book that has influenced her and she rates for professional development.

By Tara Bucknall

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Book review of Black Hearts: One Platoon's Descent into Madness in Iraq's Triangle of Death by Jim Frederick

This book was proposed by LTCOL Brendan Robinson at the recent Headquarters Forces Command PME activity for the Forces Command 2020-21 Reading List.

By Brendan Robinson

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Tribe | Grounded Curiosity

A thought provoking review of Sebastian Junger's book 'Tribe' by Jess Ward via Bookshelf on Grounded Curiosity. In 'Tribe', Junger - one of the best writers of our time - explores the craving for...

By The Cove

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