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100 Myths About The Middle East

270 Pages

ID: EPS0813
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Author: Fred Halliday
Publisher: U. of California Press

Balanced and easy to read. Perfect for anyone who wants to learn about the Midlle East, but may not have the time for a more hefty volume.

A History Of Iran / Empire of the Mind

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342 Pages

ID: EPS0108
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Author: Michael Axworthy
Publisher: Basic Books

In clear and engaging prose, Michael Axworthy explains the effect that Iran's complex history of empire, foreign invasion, and religious revolution has had on the Iranian national identity. He illuminates the role that cultural, literary, religious, and intellectual movements - and the personalities and ideas that shaped them - have played in one of the oldest continuing civilizations in the world. Concluding with an assessment of the great changes the nation has undergone since the revolution in 1979.

A Question Of Torture

312 Pages

ID: EPS0117
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Author: Alfred W. McCoy
Publisher: Henry Holt

CIA Interrogation, from the cold war to the war on terror. A flahlight beaming into the dark closets of government. Alfred W. McCoy traces the development of new methods of torture across the globe, from Vietnam to Iran to Central America, and argues that after 9/11, psychological torture became the weapon of choice ….

A Thousand Sighs, A Thousand Revolts

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428 Pages

ID: EPS0220
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Author: Christiane Bird
Publisher: Random House

Acclaimed journalist Christiane Bird, who reveted readers with her tour of Islamic Iran in Neither East nor West, travels throught Kurdistan to tell the Kurds' story, using personal observations and in-depth research to illuminate an astonishing history and vibrant culture.

All The Shah's Men

258 Pages

ID: EPS0112
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Author: Stephen Kinzer
Publisher: Wiley

In a riveting narrative that reads like a thriller, This book brings to life the 1953 coup in Iran - a regime change that ousted the country's elected prime minister, ushered in a quarter-century of brutal rule under the Shah, and stimulated the rise of Islamic fundamentalism and .....

BIG HISTORY- From the Big Bang to the Present

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288 Pages

ID: EPS0209
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Author: Cynthia Stokes Brown
Publisher: The New Press

Winner of the American Book Award. The first exploration of an intriguing new hybrid discipline, Big History melds traditional history with the latest scientific thought to create a multi-faceted yet accessible narrative of world history. It is history for an age in which our understanding of the origins of the universe must be placed alongside the realith of global warming and other ecological challenges directly attributable to our presence on the planet.

Bush Agenda - Invading the World One Economy at a

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390 Pages

ID: EPS0221
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Author: Antonia Juhasz
Publisher: Harper Collins

This book is a devastating indictment of the collusion between government and big business that has turned the United States into a feared and hated empire. Antonia Juhasz deftly explains the cutthroat, no holds barred pro-corporate machinations of the Bush regime.

Confessions of an Economic Hit Man

260 Pages

ID: EPS0315
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Author: John Perkins
Publisher: Berrett-Koehler

The inside story of how America turned from a respected republic into a feared empire. The story of highly paid professionals who cheat countries around the globe out of trillions of dollars.

Confronting Iran

292 Pages

ID: EPS0314
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Author: Ali Ansari
Publisher: Basic Books

The Failure of American foreign policy and the next great conflict in the Middle East. Historian Ali Ansari sets the current crisis in the context of a long history of mutual antagonism between Iran and the U.S. From the overthrow of Mosadegh in 1953 to the hostage crisis in 1979 and, more recently, the Gulf War and the War in Iraq. A thoughful, readable, and well-reasoned history of relations between the U.S. and Iran.

Daughter Of Persia

416 Pages

ID: EPS0402
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Author: Sattareh Farman Farmaian
Publisher: Anchor Books

A captivating and enlightening memoir. Farman Farmaian weaves her personal story into the larger fabric of Iranian history and offers a lesson about the value of personal freedom and what happens to a nation when its people are denied the right to direct their own destiny. This a book Americans should read.

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