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Hijacking America S Mind On 9 11

Author : Elias Davidsson
ISBN : 9780875869742
Genre : HISTORY
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An international researcher of long date and an expert in international law and human rights, the author''s approach to the questions of 9/11 is essentially forensic. The book is narrative in style yet is highly factual and heavily annotated.
Category: HISTORY

The 2001 Anthrax Deception

Author : Graeme MacQueen
ISBN : 9780986073137
Genre : Anthrax
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The anthrax letter attacks occurred from September through November of 2001, killing five and wounding many. The attacks were widely held to be the work of Muslims and were used to support the invasion of Afghanistan and, later, the invasion of Iraq. They were used explicitly and repeatedly to justify the passing of the Patriot Act. They were also meant to support withdrawal from the Antiballistic Missile Treaty, a withdrawal eagerly sought by the neoconservatives associated with the Project for a New American Century who wished to pursue their global agenda without obstruction from small states with WMD. In the early days of the attacks there were several perpetrator hypotheses in play. One that gained prominence was the Double Perpetrator hypothesis according to which Iraq had supplied the sophisticated anthrax spores while al-Qaeda had supplied the foot soldiers responsible for preparing and sending the letters. This hypothesis was eagerly reported by the mainstream media. It came to grief quickly when scientists discovered that the anthrax spores had a domestic source and appeared to come from the heart of the US military and intelligence communities. The FBI rapidly began a search for "the anthrax killer," promoting the idea that there was a lone wolf perpetrator within the military community--a renegade, an unbalanced person whose behavior revealed nothing of significance about structures and institutions of the deep state. In 2008 the Bureau named Dr. Bruce Ivins of the United States Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases as the "anthrax killer." Ivins had conveniently died a week before being named and could not fight back in court. Ivins remains the FBI's choice to this day: the case was closed in 2010. This book support with a great deal of evidence the following four assertions: (a) the anthrax letter attacks were carried out by a group of perpetrators, not by a ?lone wolf;? (b) the group that perpetrated this crime was composed, in whole or in part, of deep insiders within the U.S. state apparatus; (c) these insiders were connected to the perpetrators of the 9/11 attacks; (d) the anthrax attacks were meant to play an important role in the strategy of redefinition through which the Cold War was replaced by a new global conflict framework, the Global War on Terror. --Provided by publisher.
Category: Anthrax

The Secret World

Author : Christopher Andrew
ISBN : 9780241305225
Genre : Political Science
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The history of espionage is far older than any of today's intelligence agencies, yet the long history of intelligence operations has been largely forgotten. The first mention of espionage in world literature is in the Book of Exodus.'God sent out spies into the land of Canaan'. From there, Christopher Andrew traces the shift in the ancient world from divination to what we would recognize as attempts to gather real intelligence in the conduct of military operations, and considers how far ahead of the West - at that time - China and India were. He charts the development of intelligence and security operations and capacity through, amongst others, Renaissance Venice, Elizabethan England, Revolutionary America, Napoleonic France, right up to sophisticated modern activities of which he is the world's best-informed interpreter. What difference have security and intelligence operations made to course of history? Why have they so often forgotten by later practitioners? This fascinating book provides the answers.
Category: Political Science

How America Was Lost

Author : Paul Craig Roberts
ISBN : 9780988406520
Genre : History
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Even as the view of America as a rogue state consolidates abroad, Americans appear largely bystanders at the spectacle of their government running amok. People forget the myriad instances of their government's flouting of the Constitution and international legal norms-- if ever they were aware of them in the first place--accepting to live in the increasingly pernicious "new normal" with little protest. This remarkable anthology of columns documents and reminds us of the extraordinary developments that, in their accumulation, have led to the destruction of accountable and moral government in the US. Few American commentators have cut more clearly through the deepening deceit, hypocrisy and outright criminality that has infested official Washington since 9/11 than Paul Craig Roberts. His scathing critique sheds much-needed light on the country's impending nightmare--economic collapse, internal repression, ongoing wars, and rising rejection by friends and foes alike. How America Was Lost marks Roberts as one of the most prescient and courageous moral commentators in America today.
Category: History

Fraud Upon The Court

Author : Mary Maxwell
ISBN : 9781634240130
Genre : Social Science
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A scathing look at our legal system, Fraud Upon the Court explores the important topic of fraud committed in a case by a member of the court. Mary Maxwell discusses famous trials in which she believes fraud upon the court has occurred, including the trials of Troy Davis, James Earle Ray, and various 9/11 cases, and advocates the use of a Writ of Coram Nobis to remedy the frauds. The book also explains the biological reason people believe authority and how to have a court case set aside if the judge cheated, no matter how many years ago.
Category: Social Science

The Thistle And The Drone

Author : Akbar Ahmed
ISBN : 9780815723790
Genre : Political Science
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In the wake of the 9/11 attacks, the United States declared war on terrorism. More than ten years later, the results are decidedly mixed. Here world-renowned author, diplomat, and scholar Akbar Ahmed reveals an important yet largely ignored result of this war: in many nations it has exacerbated the already broken relationship between central governments and the largely rural Muslim tribal societies on the peripheries of both Muslim and non-Muslim nations. The center and the periphery are engaged in a mutually destructive civil war across the globe, a conflict that has been intensified by the war on terror. Conflicts between governments and tribal societies predate the war on terror in many regions, from South Asia to the Middle East to North Africa, pitting those in the centers of power against those who live in the outlying provinces. Akbar Ahmed's unique study demonstrates that this conflict between the center and the periphery has entered a new and dangerous stage with U.S. involvement after 9/11 and the deployment of drones, in the hunt for al Qaeda, threatening the very existence of many tribal societies. American firepower and its vast anti-terror network have turned the war on terror into a global war on tribal Islam. And too often the victims are innocent children at school, women in their homes, workers simply trying to earn a living, and worshipers in their mosques. Battered by military attacks or drone strikes one day and suicide bombers the next, the tribes bemoan, "Every day is like 9/11 for us." In The Thistle and the Drone, the third volume in Ahmed's groundbreaking trilogy examining relations between America and the Muslim world, the author draws on forty case studies representing the global span of Islam to demonstrate how the U.S. has become involved directly or indirectly in each of these societies. The study provides the social and historical context necessary to understand how both central governments and tribal societies have become embroiled in America's war. Beginning with Waziristan and expanding to societies in Central Asia, the Middle East, North Africa, and elsewhere, Ahmed offers a fresh approach to the conflicts studied and presents an unprecedented paradigm for understanding and winning the war on terror. The Thistle and the Drone was the 2013 Foreword Reviews Gold winner for Political Science.
Category: Political Science

The Matador S Cape

Author : Stephen Holmes
ISBN : 9781139465045
Genre : Political Science
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The Matador's Cape delves into the causes of the catastrophic turn in American policy at home and abroad since 9/11. In a collection of searing essays, the author explores Washington's inability to bring 'the enemy' into focus, detailing the ideological, bureaucratic, electoral and (not least) emotional forces that severely distorted the American understanding of, and response to, the terrorist threat. He also shows how the gratuitous and disastrous shift of attention from al Qaeda to Iraq was shaped by a series of misleading theoretical perspectives on the end of deterrence, the clash of civilizations, humanitarian intervention, unilateralism, democratization, torture, intelligence gathering and wartime expansions of presidential power. The author's breadth of knowledge about the War on Terror leads to conclusions about present-day America that are at once sobering in their depth of reference and inspiring in their global perspective.
Category: Political Science

9 11 America Under Attack

Author : Joseph B. Lambert
ISBN : 9781403382177
Genre : Political Science
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Category: Political Science

Transatlantische Beziehungen

Author : Thomas Jäger
ISBN : 9783322807212
Genre : Political Science
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Nach dem Ende der Ost-West-Konfrontation und dem Wegfall der gemeinsamen Bedrohung durch die Sowjetunion hat sich das Konfliktpotential zwischen Europa und den USA deutlich erhöht. Seither haben die transatlantischen Beziehungen extreme Höhen und Tiefen erlebt: Auf die breite Welle der Solidarisierung mit den Vereinigten Staaten in Europa nach dem 11. September 2001 folgten mit den Auseinandersetzungen über den Irakkrieg schon bald die heftigsten Erschütterungen seit mehr als fünf Jahrzehnten. Dennoch bilden die transatlantischen Beziehungen unverändert den Kern der internationalen Ordnung. In allen Sachbereichen der Politik: Sicherheit, Wohlfahrt und Herrschaft ist das transatlantische Verhältnis zugleich von Kooperation und Konflikt geprägt. Der vorliegende Band analysiert dieses komplexe Beziehungsgeflecht auf den Feldern der äußeren und inneren Sicherheit, der Wirtschaft und der Öffentlichkeit. Er bietet somit eine umfassende und aktuelle Darstellung der transatlantischen Beziehungen der Gegenwart.
Category: Political Science

The War For Muslim Minds

Author : Gilles Kepel
ISBN : 0674015754
Genre : History
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Assesses the roots and impact of global terrorism, including the United States' ability to address the Middle East challenge and fault lines in terrorist ideology, outlining conditions for acceptance of Israel and democratization of Islamist and Arab soci
Category: History