In politics, nothing happens by accident. If it happens, you can bet it was planned that way. Franklin D. Roosevelt
This book was written over 50 years ago by Gary Allen, and while it was written from a US centric point of view I still found it an interesting take on what happens in the world.
When reading books (or, listening in this case) I try to have an open mind and find what might be applicable or relevant to my world and life.
How much is planned and how much just happens by accident?
This book wasn't a terribly long audiobook at less than four hours, and I didn't feel like it was a waste of my time. If you're interested, there are some reasonable and varied reviews on Goodreads.
OK read: 6/10