Acts of Aggression: Policing Rogue States
The US government has been in conflict with Iraq since the 1991 Gulf War, and continues to patrol its skies and bomb its military sites almost weekly. In ACTS OF AGGRESSION, Chomsky and Said examine the background and ramifications of the conflict, providing an in-depth analysis of US-Arab relations, the contradictions and consequences of US foreign policy toward |rogue states|, and how American military actions abroad often conflict with UN resolutions and international law.
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