A collection of essays written by Chomsky in the late 1990s, all of which subvert the United States foreign policy discourse
Noam Chomsky is one of the most cited scholars in history and has profoundly shaped contemporary understanding of American politics. An ally of anarcho-syndicalists the world over, he has authored numerous books on linguistics, history and politics. He is Institute Professor (emeritus) in the Department of Linguistics and Philosophy at MIT, and Laureate Professor of Linguistics and Agnese Nelms Haury Chair in the Program in Environment and Social Justice at the University of Arizona.
'Indefatigable' - Guardian
Part. 1. Policy development
1. The post-Cold War context
2. U.S. strategy toward rogue states (1) : origins and development
3. U.S. strategy toward rogue states (2) : assessment and alternatives
Part. 2. Case studies
4. Iraq: containing Saddam Hussein after the Gulf War
5. Iran: revolutionary state or ready to rejoin the 'family of nations'?
6. North Korea : limited engagement by necessity.
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