|An Old Solution for a New Lovia|
Isolationism in Lovia
|Publisher||The House Publishers|
|Publication date||June 15, 2008 in Lovia|
|Genre||Non-fiction > society, politics, foreign affairs|
|Media type||Print (paperback and hardback)|
|Rating(s)||(Sides) and (The Lovian News)|
|Preceded by||The Danger of Justice|
|Followed by||none so far|
An Old Solution for a New Lovia is a Lovian non-fiction book vs. essay by jurist, politician and author George Matthews, subtitled Isolationism in Lovia. It was published June 15, 2008, by The House Publishers. The essay explains how isolationism could be a solution to the current problems of international foreign wiki affairs.
An Old Solution for a New Lovia is written as an essay. Similar to Matthews' first book, The Danger of Justice, he explains the background of Lovian politics and foreign affairs first. Then he explains the current situation and the events causing problems to Lovian foreign policy. A short analysis of what happened and what went wrong is given, offering a better view on the current issues. Unlike The Danger of Justice, where Matthews gives several solutions, he now only provides one: isolationism. The theory, once established by US President James Monroe, is explained very thoroughly and a direct use in Lovia is shown too.
|“||One of the best non-fiction books for 2008!||”|
- This non-fiction essay on Lovian politics and the possibility of isolationism for international issues, is very clear and detailed at the same time. It's certainly his best work at this time and one of Lovia's best non-fiction books for 2008. It features an actual topic and should be underneath everyone's pillow!
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