|Title:||Resurrecting Empire: Western Footprints and America's Perilous Path in the Middle East|
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|Publisher:||Beacon Press; 1st Cloth Ed edition (May 15, 2004)|
Praise for Resurrecting Empire: "Rashid Khalidi's extraordinary book is enormously relevant for our times, especially in light of America's growing involvement in the Middle East. Khalidi brings first hand knowledge and an extensive historical background to a topic where such insight is needed more than ever. -Joseph Stiglitz, winner of the Nobel Prize, author of The Roaring Nineties. If you are wondering why the United States is up to its ears in alligators in Iraq and is widely hated in the Arab world, read this impressive book
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Khalidi is a American historian of the Middle East, the Edward Said Professor of Modern Arab Studies at Columbia Universi The Israeli, Palestinian conflict is always in the newspapers and the US always supports Israel. I figured it couldn't be this black and white.
Resurrecting Empire : Western Footprints and America's Perilous Path in the Middle East. A Brave Voice of Political Clarity on Middle East Affairs. Published by Thriftbooks. com User, 13 years ago. Khalidi cuts through the pretense and rhetoric of mid-east politics to deconstruct the xenophobic and misguided . policy decisions which laid the destructive ground work toward a perpetual state of perceived unrest. The unrest, of course, being those instances that events do not favor . economic and political gains.
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Since then, the American political discourse has mainly focused on fighting terrorism and proliferation of democracy in the Middle East. Race, Gender, and Culture in International Relations. Postcolonial Perspectives.
The footprints America follows have led us into the same quagmire that swallowed our European forerunners. Peace and prosperity for the region are nowhere in sight. Rashid Khalidis powerful book examines the record of Western involvement in the Middle East and analyzes the likely outcome of our most recent incursions into the area. Drawing on his encyclopedic knowledge of the political and cultural history of the entire region, Khalidi paints a chilling scenario of our present situation and yet offers a tangible alternative that can help us find the path to peace rather than Empire. Rashid Khalidi, author of three previous books about the Middle East - Origins of Arab Nationalism, Under Siege, and the award-winning Palestinian Identity-is the Edward Said Chair in Arab Studies and director of the Middle East Institute at Columbia University.
Khalidi dares to use the "e" word in the good, old-fashioned American sense: as a term of reproach. What the United States is doing in the Middle East differs in form from Europe's system of mandates, protectorates, and colonies, but it is empire all the same - mission civilisatrice yesterday, regime change and democratization today. Track-II Diplomacy: Lessons From the Middle East. This article is paywall-free.