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The Arab revolt and the imperialist counterattack

Autor: James F Petras
Editorial: Atlanta, GA : Clarity Press, Inc., 2012.
Edición/Formato:   Libro : Inglés (eng) : 2nd edVer todas las ediciones y todos los formatos
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The popular uprisings in Egypt and Tunisia have overthrown the public face of the imperial-backed dictatorships in the region, and inspired supporters of popular democracy worldwide. As the Arab revolt spreads from North Africa to the Gulf and widens its demands to include socio-economic as well as political changes, the Empire is striking back. The ruling military junta in Egypt has cracked down on the  Leer más
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Tipo de documento: Libro/Texto
Todos autores / colaboradores: James F Petras
ISBN: 9780985271008 0985271000
Número OCLC: 761851902
Descripción: 130 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Contenido: Washington faces the Arab revolts : sacrificing dictators to save the state --
Egypt's social movements, the CIA and Mossad --
Roots of the Arab revolts and premature celebrations --
The Euro-US war on Libya : official lies and misconceptions of critics --
Libya and Obama's defense of the "rebel uprising" --
Contextualizing the "Arab spring" : networks of empire and realignments of world power --
NATO's war crimes in Libya : who grieves for the fallen heroes? --
The assassination of Osama bin Laden : its uses and abuses --
The assassination of Anwar al-Awlaki by fiat --
The Obama doctrine : making a virtue of necessity --
What future for the Washington-"Moderate Islamist" alliance? --
Appendix: indicators of social well being in pre-invasion Libya.
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A collection of essays that chronicles the growing militarization of US policy in North Africa and the Gulf and historic confrontation between Arab democratic revolution and imperial backed satraps;  Leer más

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