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In the third volume of their graphic history of US and Middle East relations, Jean-Pierre Filiu and David B. cover the tumultuous period that began with Iraq's invasion of Kuwait in 1990 and ended with Obama's decision, in 2013, not to intervene in Syria. Taking in the First Gulf War, the rise of al-Qaeda, the military response to the September 11 attacks and the present c In the third volume of their graphic history of US and Middle East relations, Jean-Pierre Filiu and David B. cover the tumultuous period that began with Iraq's invasion of Kuwait in 1990 and ended with Obama's decision, in 2013, not to intervene in Syria. Taking in the First Gulf War, the rise of al-Qaeda, the military response to the September 11 attacks and the present conflict in Syria, Best of Enemies: Part Three is propelled by a clash between four US presidents and their Middle Eastern antagonists: on the one hand, George H., W. Bush, Bill Clinton, George W. Bush and Barack Obama; on the other, Saddam Hussein, Osama bin Laden and Bashar al-Assad., Covering thirty years of conflict and diplomacy, Best of Enemies: Part Three is a breezy and engaging guide to the events that shaped our current politics, from the rise of populism and the so-called Islamic State to the global refugee crisis.


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In the third volume of their graphic history of US and Middle East relations, Jean-Pierre Filiu and David B. cover the tumultuous period that began with Iraq's invasion of Kuwait in 1990 and ended with Obama's decision, in 2013, not to intervene in Syria. Taking in the First Gulf War, the rise of al-Qaeda, the military response to the September 11 attacks and the present c In the third volume of their graphic history of US and Middle East relations, Jean-Pierre Filiu and David B. cover the tumultuous period that began with Iraq's invasion of Kuwait in 1990 and ended with Obama's decision, in 2013, not to intervene in Syria. Taking in the First Gulf War, the rise of al-Qaeda, the military response to the September 11 attacks and the present conflict in Syria, Best of Enemies: Part Three is propelled by a clash between four US presidents and their Middle Eastern antagonists: on the one hand, George H., W. Bush, Bill Clinton, George W. Bush and Barack Obama; on the other, Saddam Hussein, Osama bin Laden and Bashar al-Assad., Covering thirty years of conflict and diplomacy, Best of Enemies: Part Three is a breezy and engaging guide to the events that shaped our current politics, from the rise of populism and the so-called Islamic State to the global refugee crisis.

30 review for Best of Enemies: A History of US and Middle East Relations, Part Three: 1984-2013

  1. 5 out of 5

    Metin Yılmaz

    Sonu biraz oldu bitti gibi olmuş. Daha iyi bir toparlama yapılabilirdi. Ayrıca ilerleyiş de sıkıntılı gibi geldi biraz. Karışık ve üstü kapalı bir gidişat içinde. Daha iyisi yapılabilir diye düşünüyorum.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Emilia P

    This one felt a bit rushed to me? Or a bit particular about it subjects? But David B. is so fantastic and bold and surreal and all too real at the same time, so, worth it. YO. We really messed some stuff up, didn't we? This one felt a bit rushed to me? Or a bit particular about it subjects? But David B. is so fantastic and bold and surreal and all too real at the same time, so, worth it. YO. We really messed some stuff up, didn't we?

  3. 5 out of 5

    Alex Nagler

    The third volume in a fantastic trilogy on US/Middle East history. The first two covered the earliest days of the Republic to the end of the Cold War and this one covers modern history. It seems highly unlikely a fourth volume will come out any time soon, given that we're only one Bowie (five years) removed from the last volume, but if and when it does, I'll be sure to pick it up. The third volume in a fantastic trilogy on US/Middle East history. The first two covered the earliest days of the Republic to the end of the Cold War and this one covers modern history. It seems highly unlikely a fourth volume will come out any time soon, given that we're only one Bowie (five years) removed from the last volume, but if and when it does, I'll be sure to pick it up.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Francis

    Brilliant. Not a fan of the David B. most famous work, but here, it works really well.

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