International Terrorism in the Real World
By Noam Chomsky
This updated edition of Noam Chomsky’s classic dissection of terrorism explores the role of the U.S. in the Middle East, and reveals how the media manipulates -public opinion about what constitutes “terrorism.” With several new chapters on the global crisis stemming from the events of September 11, as well as the original sections on Iran and the bombing of Libya, this is a brilliant account of the workings of State terrorism by the world’s foremost critic of US imperialism.
New chapters cover the second Palestinian Intifada – or war of stones – that began in October 2000; A detailed account of the impact that September 11 has had on US foreign policy in the middle east; and a deconstruction of depictions and perceptions of terrotism since that date.
Author: Noam Chomsky
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Categories: Social Science
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