Terrorism: Theirs & Ours
This Open Media Pamphlet Series edition (59 pp.) features edited transcripts from Eqbal Ahmad's lecture at the University of Colorado, October 12, 1998 and excerpts from David Barsamian's extensive interviews with Eqbal. It is an excellent primer on the perspectives of Eqbal. Edward Said called him "perhaps the shrewdest and most original anti-imperialist analyst of the postwar world." You've heard the line, a picture is worth a thousand words. Well, that's
the case with the cover of this book. But a funny thing happened. After being available in the Reagan Library archives it has been removed. Might be too embarrassing for the Great Communicator to be seen in the White House with the Afghan "freedom fighters" as he called them. The photo, unlike Mastercard, is priceless.
Your cart is currently empty
Terrorism: Theirs and Ours
Terrorism is the scourge of the era. It is a fearsome symbol conjuring up images of ferocious-looking, bearded men brandishing AK-47s. The media focus on the terrorism of official enemies...
The Saudi-U.S. Sinister Alliance
The Saudi-U.S. relationship takes crucial shape in 1945 when FDR meets with Abdul Aziz ibn Saud, the king of Saudi Arabia, on a U.S. destroyer in the Suez Canal. The...
Iran: History & Politics
Iran, a country of 80 million people, strategically straddles West and South Asia. Once in Washington’s hip pocket, Iran dramatically left the U.S. orbit in 1979 when the Shah was...
Understanding the Middle East + Terrorism: Theirs & Ours
2 Programs First program: Chris Giannou - Understanding the Middle East Large parts of the Middle East today are engulfed in violence. Why? What historical factors shape the current conflicts?...
Iran Backgrounder 2-Pack
First Program: Iran: History & Politics -Laura Secor Iran, a country of 80 million people, strategically straddles West and South Asia. Once in Washington’s hip pocket, Iran dramatically left the U.S. orbit...
Saudi Arabia: History & Politics
Saudi Arabia is a quixotic ally of the U.S., to say the least. Fifteen of the nineteen 9/11 hijackers were from the desert kingdom. In the wake of the attack,...