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Acts of Aggression: Policing 'Rogue States'by Noam Chomsky
Synopses & Reviews
In Acts of Aggression three distinguished activist scholars examine the background and ramifications of the U.S. conflict with Iraq. Through three separate essays, the pamphlet provides an in-depth analysis of U.S./Arab relations, the contradictions and consequences of U.S. foreign policy toward "rogue states," and how hostile American actions abroad conflict with UN resolutions and international law.
Other Noam Chomsky books published by Seven Stories Press:
Media Control:The Spectacular Achievements of Propaganda
Umbrella of U.S. Power: The Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the Contradictions of U.S. Policy
Profit Over People: Neoliberalism and Global Order
Power and Terror:Post-9/11 Talks and Interviews
Noam Chomsky and Edward W. Said’s in-depth analysis of the contradictions and consequences of U.S. foreign policy toward "rogue states"; U.S.-Arab relations; and how American military actions abroad often conflict with UN resolutions and international law.
About the Author
Noam Chomsky is a professor in the Department of Linguistics and Philosophy at Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He is the author most recently of Hegemony or Survival, 9/11, and Power and Terror.
Table of Contents
Apocalypse now / by Edward W. Said — Rogue states / by Noam Chomsky — Appendix: On the fiftieth anniversary of the Universal declaration of human rights / by Ramsey Clark.
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