Robert Baer “The Devil We Know”

September 1st, 2009

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Iran is becoming a superpower, whether we like it or not, says former CIA operative Robert Baer. How has this happened? A key to Tehran’s success, he says in his book “The Devil We Know,” is the use of proxies, including Hezbollah. Now, Baer says, the U.S. may have no other choice but to deal with Iran.

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Robin Wright “Dreams and Shadows”

March 10th, 2008

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Few western journalists know the Middle East as well as Robin Wright does. She’s been covering it for decades, and as she writes in her book “Dreams and Shadows” the region has never gone through a period of more change and upheaval than it’s experiencing right now. And that’s not all bad; Wright says in some quarters there may be greater cause for optimism than any time in many years.

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David Boren “A Letter to America”

March 6th, 2008

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The common wisdom is that the United States is the last remaining superpower. Former Oklahoma Senator and Governor, and now University of Oklahoma president, David Boren might argue with that. In his book “A Letter to America,” Boren warns that the U.S. is at a crossroads, facing critical decisions that will challenge the nation’s ability to remain a superpower.

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John Dean “Broken Government”

September 16th, 2007

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We’ve all heard of President George Bush’s abysmal approval rating; the outrage over the abridgement of civil liberties; the “cone of silence” over the administration’s actions; the erosion of constitutional checks and balances. It’s so bad, some people yearn for the “good old days” of Richard Nixon.

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His onetime White House counsel, John Dean, warns of what the Republican Party he has now abandoned is doing to the country, in a new book called “Broken Government.”

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