Interventions

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Publisher
City Lights Books
Metadata
ISBN
9780872864832
Collection
Regular item
Year
2007
Description

In this book, Noam Chomsky discusses the inherent problems with American interventionist foreign policy.  He argues that anti-American sentiment felt in the Middle-East has to do with the United States government's support of regimes that oppress human rights and democratic progress that the United States claims to be fighting for.  He argues pursuing military actions that frequently far exceed its own definition of terrorism only fuels anti-American sentiment in the region.