Title:  Goliath

Writer:  Sean McFate

Year of publication:  2019

Review: Even before the devastating COVID-19 pandemic, our world was in turmoil. Novel threats to western nations prevailed across the globe as populism and the negative impacts of social media uprooted the pillars of democracy. In his newest, most visceral work, Sean McFate presents a desolate view of our world, while also arming us with the tools to vanquish the fear of an uncertain future. From ambitious plans to scrap costly armament programs to the enhanced use of foreign legions and mercenary groups, McFate’s revolutionary thinking will force the reader to step outside their current mindset, onto the vague lines separating war and peace. A valuable companion for uncertain times, Rostra’s choice.





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  • Miguel Adan Marquez

    Third-year student of Economics from Getxo, Spain. After leading Rostra's Marketing throughout 2020 and sitting on the magazine's editorial board, he now heads SEFA's Student-Politics committee. He serves as Chairman of the Faculty of Economics and Business Student Council. His academic interests encompass finance, political economy and the future of Christian Democracy.