Recent developments across the globe have provided plenty of entertainment and drama. Like it has been the case for a couple of decades now, there will be plenty of scope for extending book and movie franchises and some potential blockbusters. Some of these are listed below:
“The Spy Who Loved Me” – an author’s inside view of the deadly military engagement in the Middle East
“Bloodsport” – the true saga of the Tour de France
“Kill Bills” – creative accounting by Parliamentarians in democracies as they fight to implement austerity measures
“Gone with the Wind” – New York’s fight to maintain pre-eminence against the evil forces of nature
“The Italian Job” – succession planning in a south Asian democracy
“For a Few Dollars More” – defence procurement across the globe (bonus chapter on "How to sell a toilet seat for $ 1,000).
“The Seven Per Cent Solution” - how to beat the competition in winning govt contracts in Africa and East Asia
“Debt Wish” - a Greek tragedy
“The Sting” – achieving success on Wall Street (a CDO exclusive presentation)
“Mission Impossible – V” – a collaborative effort between three former US Heads of State and three Indian Prime Minister’s on piloting legislation in hung houses and coalition governments.
Any suggestions that you have?