The onus of the book is on historical-analytical study of issues involved. It will have a holistic approach--that is, an analysis of the wider issues involved. The survey of literature would bank upon both the primary and secondary sources.
While the two superpowers are apparently relaxing under the spirit of glasnost, Nicholas Koniev, a Soviet strategic and technical genius and a Spetznaz-trained warrior, is leading a near-suicidal mission into the American submarine base of Bangor, Washington — home of the vital Trident missile subs.
The book is an effort to combine a purely biographical narrative about Nikita Mikhalov with the author's own film production experiences, together with some observations on many aspects of Russian history and culture.
It could be used as a source in film studies, Russian studies, and could also prove useful to anyone interested in Russia.
It's 1980. A new figure takes power in Palestine. He blocks Hamas and mounts a plan for statehood. A smart Israeli intelligence officer tracks and challenges the newcomer. Bob Steck, a CIA operative becomes involved. He tries to cool off the ensuing conflict that reaches climax as Israel opts for the unthinkable to survive. The story is set against the intrigue and mystery of Old City Jerusalem.