Recently there has been two new books in general to spotlight the history and consequences of the Suez Crisis. In more detail to this aspect in general this book in particular is subversively revisionist history in particular with some sharp relevance to the present. Even more so when it comes to listening to whether this tale it is familiar.
- True, that leading Muslim state has a bad habit of sponsoring terrorism and threatening important allies.
- By squeezing Israel and other allies for concessions, the United States could prove its own good faith — and get on the right side of history.
- They reviled the government for its failure to destroy Israel, and for a too-cozy relationship with Britain and the West.
“This book is subversively revisionist history with sharp relevance to the present. Listen to whether this tale is familiar.A new administration comes to power, convinced that its predecessor has made a hash of Middle East policy.”