Cauldron of turmoil: America in the Middle East
A history of America's tangled role in the Middle East traces the roots of the Persian Gulf War back to the oil boom days of the 1970s. By the author of Islamic Fundamentalism in Egyptian Politics.
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INNOCENTS IN THE BAZAAR
THE DISCREET CHARM OF SADDAM 19591979
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American Orientalism: The United States and the Middle East Since 1945
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