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The Empire and the Crescent
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Within nine days of 9/11, a group of neoconservatives had written a letter to President Bush advising him on how to conduct "the war on terrorism." They urged the President to overthrow Saddam and target Syria and Iran. In short, Bush was told that he must "exploit the attacks of 9/11 to launch a series of wars on Arab regimes," none of which had attacked the US.

The Empire and the Cresent
invites readers to examine the role of the United States in world politics, and draws their attention to the dangers that open-ended and unchecked American power can cause to the world and ultimately, to itself. This anthology offers a timely and authoratative perspective on the question of relations between the West and Islamic societies.
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