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1. Sherlock: The Case Book (BBC). This is the writing version of the BBC Sherlock Series, plus behind the scene too. A complete package of what is going inside Mark Gatiss and Steven Moffats' mind when they are creating the "awmazing"-modern Sherlock Holmes. Totally recommended!
2. Johan Galtung's Peace and Conflict Book - This is for my thesis (lol) as well as my passion in International Relations. This heavy-reading book (in my opinion), is one of the attraction that lead me closer to my dream - High Commissioner of UNSC or/and UNPBC.
3. Indonesia National Defense Force Peace Keeping Center's Books - Another pile of books that is limited edition since it is only published for insider (I am not an insider - I am a civilian). Lucky me, very lucky to have these books as my collections for my mini-library.
4. The Introduction of Deductive Science - This is very Sherlock-things but this help me to understand every arguments that reveal by the authors. It makes me learn to have deeper analysis and understanding of a fact or an event.
5. The Introduction to Psychology, Philosophy, Psychoanalysis, and Political Science (DK) - I just love to have different understanding from different point of view, especially in psychology. Like if you want to know something, don't just know the surface but go all-in and all-out. It is amazing how science can related to social issues. Like seeing a miracle.
Those are my reading list this week (and maybe for the next week). I know that me, myself, still don't know what is the (international) world outside Indonesia. I would love to climb higher and see the whole world. That is why I keep educate my self at the best that I can. Thank you and have a nice day!