Maxwell Abbott, BTheo

Managing Director

Welcome to Polintell!

I am responsible for the operation of Polintell. We at Polintell aim to help you with reviewing articles and books; professional research writing; and developing counter threat and resiliency models in order for you to be able to identify potential threats and adversaries, and thus make wise strategic decisions. In order to make such decisions you will also need to know global strategies, political situations, and legal developments. We will inform you about current global political situations and our forecast.  We will also help you to develop a framework and model for testing the kind of information that will help lead you to make better decisions.The difference in your organization at the conclusion of working with us will be clear, and clearly superior to doing nothing. Our fees are based on value. This means we focus on high-quality content, timely delivery, and meeting your objectives. The value is in more than 10 years of study and research, and experience in exercising superb judgement.

We look forward to working with you!

Dr Anita Abbott

Research Director
Political scientist and conflict analyst

Anita is passionate about helping others through credible and thorough research. Her passion is to be your trusted and well-respected adviser. She is actively involved in keynote and featured speaking engagements, and regularly contribute to publications. Her research areas include strategic partnership and negotiation, political alliance, alliance behaviour, strategic diplomatic deterrence, and geopolitics and alliance identity. Models and frameworks she has developed include: strategic diplomatic deterrence, cooperative strategy, embedded negotiation and strategy model, strategic geopolitical resiliency, alliances resiliency model, and resiliency building framework. Her first book develops education sovereignty model in international negotiation. In her second book, published by Palgrave MacMillan, she uses Indonesia, Australia, New Zealand, and the US, as examples of how negotiation works for maintaining sovereignty in education.


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