Author: Donald F. Kettl

    Publisher: Polity Press,

    ISBN: 978-1-5095-2245-3

    Author: Michael Bar-Zohar

    Publisher: Magal Books

    ISBN: 978-1-63064-047-7

    Author: John Dickerson

    Publisher: Twelve (August 2, 2016
    ISBN-10: 145554048X

    ISBN-13: 978-1455540488)

    Author: Nicholas Smaligo, Author

    Publisher: Open Court

    ISBN: 978-0-8126-9855-8

    Author:Michael H. Davison

    Publisher: Dry Creek Publishing, LLC

    Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.


    Author: David R. Stokes
    Publisher: David R. Stokes
    ISBN: 978-1-494964054

    Author: Molly Ivins

    Publisher: The Nation

    Author: Michael Curtis

    Publisher: Balfour Books

    ISBN: 9781933267302

    Authors: Trevor Loudon with Rodney R. Stubbs

    Publisher: Pacific Freedom Foundation (October 19, 2011)

    ISBN-10: 0615490743

    ISBN-13: 978-0615490748

    Author: Adlai E. Stevenson III

    Publisher: Adlai E Stevenson III

    ISBN: 978-0-9823710-0-8

    Author: Adlai Stevenson III

    Publisher: Adlai Stevenson III

    ISBN: 9780982371008

    Author: Mark Joseph

    Publisher: Bully Pulpit Books

    ISBN: 978-0982776131

    Author: Larry Allen Brown.

    Publisher: Decent Hill

    ISBN-10: 193608533X:    ISBN-13: 978-1936085330

    A reader’s appreciation of the book will likely vary depending on their own preconceptions and/or their own awareness of the often obvious.


    Author: Mark W. Stephens

    Publisher: Outskirts Press, Inc.

    ISBN: 978-1-4327-2517-4

    Stephens definitely is on a mission with this book, and, as I have noted, subtitling it A Children’s Guide, although at first seeming to be quite misleading, might be more appropriate than Stephens originally intended

    Author: Dr. Nayef R.F. Al-Rodhan

    ISBN: 978-3-8258-0954-6

    Publisher: Transaction Publishers

    Author: Dr. Nayef R.F. Al-Rodhan

    Publisher: Lit Verlag GmbH & Co

    ISBN: 978-3-643-80005-3

    Author: Yehuda Avner

    Publishers: The Toby Press:

    ISBN: 13: 9781592642786

    Rarely am I overly excited about reading someone's 703-page memoirs. Nonetheless, Yehuda Avner's The Prime Ministers: An Intimate Narrative of Israeli Leadership proved to be the exception. Once started, I couldn't put it down and in fact I will even go so far in recommending this book as required reading for every journalist covering the Middle East, as well as the so-called “experts” and pundits that very often naively swallow Arab misrepresentations without questioning its veracity and without knowing a great deal about Mid-East history

    Author: Reza Kahlili
    Publisher: Threshold Editions (A Division of Simon & Schuster, Inc)
    ISBN: 978-1-4391-8903-0:

    Click Here To Purchase A Time to Betray: The Astonishing Double Life of a CIA Agent Inside the Revolutionary Guards of Iran

    How often do readers have the opportunity to experience a unique glimpse into the mind of a CIA operative, particularly one who witnessed the 1979 Iranian revolution and its disastrous aftermath, which still prevails today?

    Author: Leland Baker
    Publisher: Outskirts Press
    ISBN: 978-1432749170

    In a period where the country most desperately needs real leadership rather than hope; a breath of fresh reasoning rather than tired ideas; Dr. Baker provides us with the opportunity to question our path and to truly consider our future

    Publisher: HCI Publishing,
    ISBN: 978-0-7573-1524-4

    Going Rouge is a collaborative effort of forty-seven authors. All of the authors work as writers for other news publications, as professors in major universities, playwrights, editors for magazines or other periodicals, news correspondents, broadcasters for news stations, or screenwriters. The variety of perspectives and insight projected in this book are enlightening and entertaining

    Author: John F. Wasik
    Publisher: Bloomberg Press
    ISBN: 978-1-57660-356-7

    If you want an accounting of what was proposed and what was enacted (at the time of the writing), then this book provides a good source. If you are looking for anything else, then you might as well look for another title

    Author: Larry Klayman
    Publisher: New Chapter Publisher
    ISBN: 978-0-9792112-2-6

    Klayman states: " if I ever wrote a book about all of this, would anyone believe me." And after reading this bare all book, I could only shake my head and say to myself, did all of this actually take place!

    Author: Matt Harrison
    Publisher: Prometheus Institute Press
    ISBN: 978-0-615-28204-6

    To me it appears that Mr. Harrison attacks too many complex issues with his one vision fits all---choice

    Author: John F. Wasik, Author
    Publisher: Bloomberg Press
    ISBN 978-1-57660-356-7

    Author: Kathryn S. Olmsted
    Publisher: Oxford University Press
    ISBN: 978-0-19-518353-6

    How can we explain the profound distrust that many Americans have of their government?

    Author: Sunaina MarrMaira
    Publisher: Duke University Press
    ISBN: 978-0-8223-4409-4

    A poignant insider perspective of how South Asian Muslim and non-Muslim youth after 9/11 were impacted

    Author: Ross Clark
    Publisher: Encounter Books
    ISBN-10: 1-59403-248-3:  978-1-59403-248-6

      This 130 page manuscript provides a rather intriguing look into just how much electronic data gathering occurs. While the book centers primarily on surveillance in England, some examples are United States specific.

    Author: Edward P. Djerejian
    ISBN: 13: 978-1-4165-5493-6: 10: 1-4165-5493-9
    Publisher: Threshold Editions: A Division of Simon & Schuster Inc

    Edward P. Djerejian, author of An American Ambassador’s Journey Through The Middle East served both Democratic and Republican presidents under eight administrations from John F. Kennedy to William Jefferson Clinton.  In addition, Djerejian served as Ambassador to Syria and Israel and was the Assistant Secretary of State for Near Eastern Affairs under Bush and Clinton.

    Upon his departure from Israel, Yitzhak Rabin gave a most appropriate toast to him when he stated that he and his wife Leah regretted his short tenure in Israel (one year) and he went on to mention that never had there been an American diplomat who came to Israel after being the ambassador to Syria.

    Author: Christopher Burns
    Publisher: Prometheus Books
    ISBN: 976-1-59102-660-0

    The title of Christopher Burns Deadly Decisions: How False Knowledge Sank The Titanic, Blew Up The Shuttle, and Led America Into Warjust about sums up what this book is all about which in the words of the author is to clarify these failures in detail so that we may be able recognize the patterns of errors in order to avoid future catastrophes.

    Author: Carl “Tuchy” Palmieri
    Publisher: ISBN:  1-4392-2608-3: 13: 9781439226087

    As the old cliché goes, “action speaks louder than words” and someday you may want to examine Barack Obama’s presidential years and compare what he said during and before his presidential campaign and what he actually did and accomplish while in office.

    Author: Walter M. Brasch

    ISBN: 978-1-4196-6950-7

    Gosh, when I received this book, I had a million other things I could be doing – anything rather than reading about a president who rewrote the constitution, lied to the people to get them to back a war, and approved torture for POWs. A president who changed cabinet members like people change underwear was not the thing that made a good day for me. However, I dug into Sinking of Ship of State and was thrilled! I could not put it down – it was the first piece of truth I had heard in years about George W. Bush.

    Author: Cathy Travis

    ISBN-10: 0981453422

    ISBN-13: 978-0981453422

    Actually, I think this book isn’t for only kids.  Every American citizen should have a copy of it.  We have forgotten what this document says and what it means to each and every one of us.  My hat is off to Cathy Travis for undertaking this work so that the young ones in the United States would have a guide to the most important document in our government, the basic law of our land.

    Author: Marc Boyajian

    ISBN-10: 1432728016

    ISBN-13: 978-1432728014

    Coming from an author with a background of an immigrant (Marc was born Syrian with an Armenian heritage), The Next Falling Empire does offer some useful insights from an insider-outsider (Marc Boyajian has been in the United States over twenty years).  His ideas range from the strategic to the tactical.  Marc Boyajian’s arguments can seem a bit of an all over the place rant at times but much of what he has to say makes sense.

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