THE TRANSPARENT CABAL THE NEOCONSERVATIVE AGENDA WAR IN THE MIDDLE EAST AND THE NATIONAL INTEREST OF ISRAEL

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The Transparent Cabal

Author : Stephen J. Sneigoski
ISBN : 9781605700229
Genre : Political Science
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Although it is generally understood that American neoconservatives pushed hard for the war in Iraq, this book forcefully argues that the neocons' goal was not the spread of democracy, but the protection of Israel's interests in the Middle East. Showing that the neocon movement has always identified closely with the interests of Israel's Likudnik right wing, the discussion contends that neocon advice on Iraq was the exact opposite of conventional United States foreign policy, which has always sought to maintain stability in the region to promote the flow of oil. Various players in the rush to war are assessed according to their motives, including President Bush, Ariel Sharon, members of the foreign-policy establishment, and the American people, who are seen not as having been dragged into war against their will, but as ready after 9/11 for retaliation.
Category: Political Science

The Transparent Cabal

Author : Stephen J. Sniegoski
ISBN : STANFORD:36105131798550
Genre : Political Science
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The author's views on neoconservatism, its meaning, and its influence regarding U.S. policy in the Middle East.
Category: Political Science

Terrorism

Author : Joseba Zulaika
ISBN : 9780226994178
Genre : Social Science
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In counterterrorism circles, the standard response to questions about the possibility of future attacks is the terse one-liner: “Not if, but when.” This mantra supposedly conveys a realistic approach to the problem, but, as Joseba Zulaika argues in Terrorism, it functions as a self-fulfilling prophecy. By distorting reality to fit their own worldview, the architects of the War on Terror prompt the behavior they seek to prevent—a twisted logic that has already played out horrifically in Iraq. In short, Zulaika contends, counterterrorism has become pivotal in promoting terrorism. Exploring the blind spots of counterterrorist doctrine, Zulaika takes readers on a remarkable intellectual journey. He contrasts the psychological insight of Truman Capote’s In Cold Blood with The 9/11 Commission Report, plumbs the mindset of terrorists in works by Orianna Fallaci and Jean Genet, maps the continuities between the cold war and the fight against terrorism, and analyzes the case of a Basque terrorist who tried to return to civilian life. Zulaika’s argument is powerful, inventive, and rich with insights and ideas that provide a new and sophisticated perspective on the War on Terror.
Category: Social Science

Neoconservatism And American Foreign Policy

Author : Danny Cooper
ISBN : 9781136892196
Genre : Political Science
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At the time of America’s 2003 invasion of Iraq, the term "neoconservative" was enjoying wide currency. To this day, it remains a term that engenders much debate and visceral reaction. Exploring the historical significance of this ongoing movement and its impact on American foreign policy traditions, this book will be of great interest to all scholars of foreign policy, American politics and American history.
Category: Political Science

The Arab Israeli Conflict In American Political Culture

Author : Jonathan Rynhold
ISBN : 9781316241158
Genre : Political Science
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This book surveys discourse and opinion in the United States toward the Arab-Israeli conflict since 1991. Contrary to popular myth, it demonstrates that US support for Israel is not based on the pro-Israel lobby, but rather is deeply rooted in American political culture. That support has increased since 9/11. However, the bulk of this increase has been among Republicans, conservatives, evangelicals, and Orthodox Jews. Meanwhile, among Democrats, liberals, the Mainline Protestant Church, and non-Orthodox Jews, criticism of Israeli policies toward the Palestinians has become more vociferous. This book works to explain this paradox.
Category: Political Science

Road To Iraq

Author : Muhammad Idrees Ahmad
ISBN : 9780748693047
Genre : Political Science
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The Iraq war "e; its causes, agency and execution "e; has been shrouded in an ideological mist. Now, Muhammad Idrees Ahmad dispels the myths surrounding the war, taking a sociological approach to establish the war's causes, identify its agents and describe how it was sold. Ahmad presents a social history of the war's leading agents "e; the neoconservatives "e; and shows how this ideologically coherent group of determined political agents used the contingency of 9/11 to overwhelm a sceptical foreign policy establishment, military brass and intelligence apparatus, propelling the US into a war that a significant portion of the public opposed. The book includes an historical exploration of American militarism and of the increased post-WWII US role in the Middle East, as well as a reconsideration of the debates that John Mearsheimer and Stephen Walt sparked after the publication of 'The Israel lobby and US Foreign Policy'.
Category: Political Science

The Emergency State

Author : David C. Unger
ISBN : 9780143122975
Genre : History
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A member of the Council on Foreign Relations provides an analysis of America's narrow-minded focus on security in the years since World War II that has become huge, unwieldy and a detriment to democracy and the economy. 30,000 first printing.
Category: History

Spy Trade

Author : Grant F. Smith
ISBN : 0976443716
Genre : Business & Economics
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"Spy Trade" exposes the trail of a vast smuggler network funneling stolen and illegally purchased surplus World War II arms to Jewish fighters in Palestine, revealing the long-term impact of a newly declassified "third scandal" that began in the 1980s in the midst of both the Iran-Contra affair and the Jonathan Pollard espionage incident.
Category: Business & Economics

Israeli Exceptionalism

Author : M. Alam
ISBN : 9780230101371
Genre : Political Science
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This book discusses the small band of European Zionists, who entered the world stage in late 19th century, determined to create a Jewish state and considers how, at that time in Europe, Jewish-Gentile frictions were local problems, whilst today in Israel they have come to form the pivot of global conflict.
Category: Political Science

America Alone

Author : Stefan Halper
ISBN : 0521674603
Genre : Political Science
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An in-depth critique of the Bush administration and the Iraq war argues that when America's immense military power is used unwisely by neo-conservative radicals that dominate the national security process, it can fracture global stability.
Category: Political Science