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Out of the Blue: A Narrative of September 11, 2001

Richard Bernstein - History - 2002 - 287 pages
Presents an account of the September 11 attacks, chronicling their historical roots through their aftermath; tracing the lives of its heroes, victims, and terrorists; and ...
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Breaking Ranks: Refusing to Serve in the West Bank and Gaza Strip

Ronit Chacham - History - 2003 - 176 pages
In a series of moving and provocative conversations, nine members of the Israeli Defense Force tell why they refused to serve in the West Bank and Gaza. The "Refuseniks ...
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Shattered Dreams: The Failure of the Peace Process in the Middle East, 1995-2002

Charles Enderlin - History - 2003 - 458 pages
Discusses the multitude of negotiations between Israel and Palestine to secure peace in the Middle East, including secret negotiations in Sweden, the meetings at Camp David in ...
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The Politics of Truth: Inside the Lies that Led to War and Betrayed My Wife ...

Joseph Charles Wilson - History - 2004 - 513 pages
Ambassador Joseph Wilson recounts more than two decades in the U.S. Foreign Service. Under presidents Ford, Carter, Reagan, Bush Sr., and Clinton - from Angola to Iraq to ...
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In Baghdad: A Reporter's War

Paul McGeough - History - 2003 - 292 pages
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Alice Munro: Paradox and Parallel

Walter Rintoul Martin - History - 1987 - 235 pages
Beginning with her earliest, uncollected stories, W.R. Martin critically examines Alice Munro's writing career. He discusses influences on Munro and presents an overview of the ...
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Squandered Victory: The American Occupation and the Bungled Effort to Bring ...

Larry Diamond - History - 2005 - 369 pages
Offers a critique of American efforts to bring democracy to Iraq, explaining how terrorism and insurgents, as well as missed opportunities, ideological blindness, and ...
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Human Cargo: A Journey Among Refugees

Caroline Moorehead - History - 2005 - 330 pages
In this arresting portrait of the lives of today's refugees, Moorehead pens a work of deep and subtle sympathy that completely alters readers' understanding of what it means to ...
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