donderdag 16 juni 2011

Unexceptional: America's Empire in the Persian Gulf, 1941-2007

Unexceptional examines U.S. policy vis-^-vis the Persian Gulf since the Second World War. It asserts that the American experience in this strategic yet volatile region known for its plentiful oil and gas can be best understood as an unexceptional imperial endeavor similar in kind to that of the British and Ottoman empires of previous eras. If you want to know more about this exceptional book, please read this post written by the author at Harvard Law School blogs.


If for any reason the link to download this interesting book fails, please let me know, I'll upload it in a new link.

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