13 edition of Imperial hubris found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||HV6432 .I47 2004|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxi, 309 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||309|
|LC Control Number||2004009951|
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9/11 almost instantaneously remade American politics and foreign policy. The wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, the Patriot Act, water boarding and Guantanamo are examples of its profound and far-reaching effects. But despite its monumental impact--and a deluge of books about al-Qaeda and Islamist terrorism--no one has written a serious assessment of the man who planned it, Osama bin Laden. In his second book, Imperial Hubris, a New York Times bestseller, Scheuer writes that the Islamist threat to the United States is rooted in "how easy it is for Muslims to see, hear, experience, and hate the six U.S. policies bin Laden repeatedly refers to as anti-Muslim: U.S. support for apostate, corrupt, and tyrannical Muslim mater: Canisius College, Niagara University, MA, .
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New York Times and Washington Post bestseller Imperial Hubris was originally published anonymously, as required by the Central Intelligence Agency.
Its author is Michael Scheuer, the former head of the CIA’s Bin Laden Unit, who resigned in Novemberafter two decades of experience in national security issues related to Afghanistan and south Asia.4/4(). Imperial Hubris is the well-written, slightly angry and fed up book by intelligence official Michael Scheuer that outlines not just the broad strokes of why our Middle East policy is going so wrong, but the subtle cultural and political nuances our leaders /5.
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This complete summary of "Imperial Hubris" by Michael Scheuer outlines his argument that the events of 9/11 were the culmination of a decade of bad political decisions.
He exposes the truth about the war on terror: America is losing. He states that unless US leaders adjust their policies, things will only get worse. New York Times and Washington Post Imperial hubris book Imperial Hubris was originally published anonymously, as required by the Central Intelligence Agency.
Its author is Michael Scheuer, the former head of the CIA's Bin Laden Unit, who resigned in Novemberafter two decades of experience in national security issues related to Afghanistan and south Asia.
As "Anonymous," he is also the author of /5(6). Imperial Hubris on Apple Books History /5(1). It is essential that our leaders read and, if at all possible, understand this book.
Given the real threat that confronts the United States today, Imperial Hubris is perhaps the most important book of the past by: This said, the book devotes only a few of three-hundred pages to Iraq, and rarely mentions President Bush.
Simply, Imperial Hubris is not about either Iraq or President Bush. After disgorging their anti-Bush venom, reviewers on the left have consistently referred to the "schizophrenic" nature of the book.
Imperial Hubris is a book that will shake the confidence of the American public in the ability of the U.S.
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Whether you support or dont support the different factions in this "war on terrorism", whether you are christian/muslim/jew, western or eastern, reading this book will present a view that will make you think more about what is happening. In my opinion Imperial Hubris makes the best media reporting on TV or newspaper look superficial and s: With Imperial Hubris, Anonymous hopes to explain "why we are losing the war on terror" by exposing flaws in our analysis of modern Islamic militancy.
Imperial Hubris is the latest in a relentless stream of books attacking the administration in election year. Most of the earlier ones, however, were written by embittered former officials. Imperial Hubris NPR coverage of Imperial Hubris: Why the West Is Losing the War on Terrorism by Michael Scheuer.
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The author of Imperial Hubris bitterly and repeatedly drives this point home, throughout his wide-ranging and brilliant book: a book that, I would argue, is the single most important and perceptive volume on the subject of the "war on terrorism" yet published.
In present times when Trump’s America is arrogantly pursuing an aggressive international agenda, it would serve American interests to read a book published in titled Imperial Hubris, by. New York Times and Washington Post bestseller Imperial Hubris was originally published anonymously, as required by the Central Intelligence Agency.
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