Resurrecting Empire

Paperback $18.00

Apr 15, 2005 | 240 Pages

Ebook $17.00

Jul 01, 2010

  • Paperback $18.00

    Apr 15, 2005 | 240 Pages

  • Ebook $17.00

    Jul 01, 2010

Praise

Khalidi has produced an extremely valuable analysis of how and why the PLO made the decisions it did during that fateful summer of 1982. . .His generally objective, lucid and incisive account of PLO decision-making fills a critical void in the literature about the Israeli invasion.–Thomas Friedman, author of From Beirut to Jerusalem and Longitudes and Latitudes

Praise for Palestinian Identity:
Winner of the 1997 Albert Hourani Book Award

“A pathbreaking work of major importance. . . [Khalidi demonstrates] a complete mastery of the relevant literature in Arabic, Hebrew and Western sources.”–Edward Said, author of Orientalism

Praise for Resurrecting Empire:

“Rashid Khalidi’s extraordinary book is enormously relevant for our times, especially in light of America’s growing involvement in the Middle East. Khalidi brings first hand knowledge and an extensive historical background to a topic where such insight is needed more than ever.”–Joseph Stiglitz, winner of the Nobel Prize, author of The Roaring Nineties

“If you are wondering why the United States is up to its ears in alligators in Iraq and is widely hated in the Arab world, read this impressive book. Unlike most so-called Middle East experts, Khalidi actually knows a great deal about the that region, which allows him to make a sophisticated and persuasive case that the Bush Administration’s plan to re-make the Middle East at the end of a rifle barrel is delusional.”–John J. Mearsheimer, R. Wendell Harrison Distinguished Service Professor of Political Science at the University of Chicago

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