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            Foreign Policy watch

            "In strict confidence ...I should welcome almost any war, for I think this country178彩票 needs one."

            Theodore Roosevelt, American president from1901-1909

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            Books

            Against Empire
            After the Cataclysm - Noam Chomsky / Edward Herman
            America Besieged - Michael Parenti
            Arms Trade - the No-Nonsense guide - Gideon Burrows
            Boomerang - Mark Zepezauer
            Clash of Fundamentalisms, The - Tariq Ali
            Confronting Empire - Eqbal Ahmad

            Cry of the People - Penny Lernoux
            Dark Victory - Walden Bello

            Deliver Us From Evil
            Dreaming War - Gore Vidal

            Eyes of the Heart - Jean-Bertrand Aristide
            Fortress America - William Greider
            Hidden Agendas - John Pilger
            Howard Zinn on War

            Imperial Alibis - Stephen Shalom
            Intimate History of Killing, An - in 20th-century warfare

            Iran Contra Connection, The
            Israeli Foreign Policy - Jane Hunter
            Jewish Fundamentalism in Israel
            New Rulers of the World, The - John Pilger
            Perpetual War for Perpetual Peace - Gore Vidal

            Praetorian Guard, The - John Stockwell
            Profit Over People - Noam Chomsky
            Reagan, Trilateralism and the Neoliberals - Holly Sklar
            Rogue State - William Blum
            Rogue States - Noam Chomsky
            Rogue States and Nuclear Outlaws - Michael Klare
            Secrets, Lies, and Democracy - Noam Chomsky

            Sword and the Dollar - Michael Parenti
            Target Iraq - Norman Solomon
            Tinderbox - Stephen Zunes

            Trial of Henry Kissinger, The - Christopher Hitchins
            Trilateralism - Holly Sklar
            War and Globalisation - Michel Chossudovsky
            War Crimes - US War Crimes Against Iraq - Report to the Commission of Inquiry for the International War Crimes Tribunal - Ramsey Clark
            War Talk - Arundhati Roy

            Weapons in Space
            What Uncle Sam Really Wants - Noam Chomsky

            " We have about 50% of the world's wealth, but only 6.3% of the world's population... Our real task in the coming period is ... to maintain this positon of disparity ... "

            George Kennan, head of US State Deparatment Policy Planning Staff, 1946

             

            Articles

            America's Global Role

            The United States vs. Iraq -- A study in hypocrisy (2/98)
            The Truth Behind US Foreign Policy
            A Brief History of U.S. Interventions: 1945 to the Present
            Censored US Foreign Policy News stories
            The Mean Methods of Imperialism
            US Machiavellian Foreign Policy - Means and Ends
            "The Sole Superpower Syndrome"
            Noam Chomsky - Why he has Concentrated on US Foreign Policy
            The True Cost of War
            What will it take to bring America to its senses?
            Quick on the Trigger - Gore's foreign policy ?
            Where Have All the Rogues Gone?
            Bush is walking into a trap
            The Real Foreign-Policy Debate
            The World's Most Generous Misers (10/05)

            "The fundamental assumption that the United States retains the right and obligation to intervene in the Third World in any way it ultimately deems necessary, including military, remains an article of faith among the people who guide both political parties."

            Confronting the Third World, p296

            *****

            "We live constantly with the tensions and costs of the United States' aggressive foreign policy, which not only affects profoundly the likelihood of war or peace throughout the world but also imposes monumental constraints on urgently needed social and economic changes in the Third World today."

            Confronting the Third World, p298

            *****

            "A brutally repressive regime was essential to America's interests because there was no civilian political option for it to turn to, and Washington had no hesitation in immediately endorsing the new order and aiding it, revealing again its two-decades-long preference for dictators and repressive regimes in the hemisphere. Chile also proved once more that the United States could never gracefully accept the verdict of democratic politics in any nation, where anti-Yankee sentiment was overwhelming for fear of seeing not only its local investments lost but also encouraging anti-United States economic legislation elsewhere in the hemisphere."

            Confronting the Third World, p221

            Authors

            Noam Chomsky page
            Michael Parenti page
            William Blum page
            Edward Herman page
            Alan Nairn page
            Amy Goodman page

            " On November 1, the General Assembly of the United Nations voted to reaffirm the Outer Space Treaty-the fundamental international law that establishes that space should be reserved for peaceful uses... Only two nations declined to support this bill-the United States and Israel. "

            The Progressive magazine

            *****

            " Fewer and fewer members of Congress today have any real interest in national security issues..."

            Senator John McCain October 1999


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