Christopher G. Mooore Tag


Posted On Oktober 17, 2017By Christopher G. MooreIn Crimemag, Kolumne

Kolumne: Christopher G. Moore: Ethnocracy

Ethnocracy By Christopher G. Moore For a definition of ethnocracy Wikipedia provides: „An ethnocracy is a type of political structure in which the state apparatus is appropriated by a dominant ethnic group (or groups) to further its interests, power and resources. Ethnocratic regimes typically display a combination of ‚thin‘ democratic facade covering a more profound ethnic structure, in which ethnicity (or race, or Religion) – and not citizenship – is the key to securing power and resources. An ethnocratic society facilitates the ethnicization of the state by the dominant group,Read More

Posted On August 20, 2011By Christopher G. MooreIn Crimemag, Kolumnen und Themen

Christopher G. Moore: Views from Bangkok

Wenn Deutschland Regiogrimmi-mäßig abgegrast sein wird, werden sich viele Autoren wieder daran erinnern, dass der Globus riesig ist und Asien als Boom-Gegend gilt. Dann wollen sie bestimmt ihre Krimis in der großen weiten Welt spielen lassen. Dazu gibt es Rat von unserem Mann in Bangkok, Christopher G. Moore … In what Asian City Should I Set my Crime Novel? Like most writers, I receive emails from readers. Often they are comments about a particular book. Others write with suggestions and ideas for books. Still a few are people who seekRead More

Posted On Juni 18, 2011By Christopher G. MooreIn Crimemag, Kolumnen und Themen

Christopher G. Mooore: Views from Bangkok (18)

Wir denken bei Thailand automatisch an Sex-Business, Sex-Tourismus, Korruption und organisierte Kriminalität. Von außen. Christopher G. Moore lebt in dieser Gesellschaft. Heute dreht sich alles um Verbrechen, Polizeiarbeit, unterschiedliche Interessen und betrübliche Relativitäten … Psychic Justice and the Predatory Class Three cases stand out this week in the world’s criminal justice system. One was a police raid, helicopters, cars, reporters all descending on a rural farmhouse outside Houston, Texas on a psychic’s claim of having a vision of a mass grave on the premises. The second and third cases aroseRead More