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reset book Reset PDFEPUBAzzling panorama they help us see the Middle East in a new way—and lead to startling proposals for how the world's most volatile region might be reshapedIn this paradigm shifting book Stephen Kinzer argues that the United States needs to break out of its Cold War mindset and find new partners in the Middle East Only two Muslim countries in the Middle East have long experience with democracy Iran and Turkey They are logical partners for the United.

Azzling panorama they help us see the Middle East in a new way—and lead to startling proposals for how the world's most volatile region might be reshapedIn this paradigm shifting book Stephen Kinzer argues that the United States needs to break out of its Cold War mindset and find new partners in the Middle East Only two Muslim countries in the Middle East have long experience with democracy Iran and Turkey They are logical partners for the United.

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  1. Ahmad Sharabiani Ahmad Sharabiani says:

    Paperback ☆ Reset ePUB Ø reset book, Reset PDFEPUB‭Reset Iran Turkey and America’s future Stephen KinzerIn this paradigm shifting book Stephen Kinzer argues that the United States needs to break out of its Cold War mindset and find new partners in the Middle East Only two Muslim countries in the Middle East have long experience with democracy Iran and Turkey They are logical partners for the United States Besides proposing this new power triangle Kinzer tells the turbulent story of America's relations with its traditional partners in the Middle East Israel and Saudi Arabia and argues they must be reshaped to


  2. Defneandac Defneandac says:

    Paperback ☆ Reset ePUB Ø reset book, Reset PDFEPUBGreat book about American politics in the Middle East Focusing especially on Turkey and Iran Kinzer tells the history of Middle East in the 20th centuryStephen Kinzer is a very experienced journalist who has covered the region for New York Times Starting in the 19th century and coming to 2010 he tells the story of Middle East and US Israel and Saudi Arabia has been the main US allies in the the region since the WW2 Kinzer tells us how the world has changed and how US's policies and allies must change too Giving examples of American foreign policy failures in the region Kinzer suggests Iran and Turkey should be US's main alli


  3. Sarah Sarah says:

    Paperback ☆ Reset ePUB Ø reset book, Reset PDFEPUBSome have complained that though this is supposed to be about Turkey and Iran it deviates though not uninterestingly into Israel and Saudi Arabia My copy is a UK version which makes it clear that the objective is not just a discussion of Turkey and Iran but a re assessment of those two countries and why they are the best Middle Eastern allies for the US and why the traditional best friends of America Israel and Saudi are notAnyway it's mostly a straightforward and easily digested narrative of the development of these four modern countries I was principally interested in Turkey


  4. Robert Delikat Robert Delikat says:

    Paperback ☆ Reset ePUB Ø reset book, Reset PDFEPUBReset offered a new way for me to look at the Middle East The book makes an argument that partnering with Turkey and Iran makes the most sense for helping to achieve a peaceful solution to the challenges in that area Stephen Kinzer suggests that we also revisit and reshape our relationships with Saudi Arabia and Israel The premise of all of this is based on the history of Turkey and Iran and the connections and progressive nature of their peoples to the notions of popular uprisings gender euality and the lust for a democratic form of government The biggest part of the book is an historical rendition While I thoroughly enjoyed that I do not know how correct or unbiased it might have been It does not really matter Peace in that part of the world is obviously of paramount importance Actually peace in every part of the world is


  5. Arya Ptb Arya Ptb says:

    Paperback ☆ Reset ePUB Ø reset book, Reset PDFEPUBPublished only 7 years ago as of mid 2017 it is already outdated because of missing historical events such as the rise of the Erdogan dictatorship Rouhani and the nuclear deal the Arab spring and its relative failure which at least undermines the author's claim as to the nonexistence of a


  6. Brian Griffith Brian Griffith says:

    Paperback ☆ Reset ePUB Ø reset book, Reset PDFEPUBKinzer looks at the actual similarities in values and institutions between nations and sees beyond past alliances of convenience or inherited prejudices He examines the potential of friendship between nations previously divided


  7. timv timv says:

    Paperback ☆ Reset ePUB Ø reset book, Reset PDFEPUBNice unvarnished 20th century history of Turkey and Iran Then there's chapters on post World War II history of Saudi Arabia Israel and the United States He paints a picture of the United States foreign policy and how interdependent the United states wasis with Israel and then Saudi Arabia I really enjoyed and learned a lot from these chapters I found the final chapters on future United States foreign policy to be convoluted and not interestingPretty easy and entertaining read though


  8. Adam Balshan Adam Balshan says:

    Paperback ☆ Reset ePUB Ø reset book, Reset PDFEPUB3 stars International StudiesWriting 35 Use 3 Truth 3Seemed at first to be an above average thesis After stating his thesis briefly at the beginning Kinzer proceeds to give a short political history of Turkey and Iran as it pertains to their striving toward Democracy The writing is rather impressive Usually a work of this attitude is filled with noticeable anti establishment buzzwords and phrases However Kinzer either does not hold these beliefs or is careful not to use these words that betray an uncritical liberalism or anti establishment anti status uo


  9. Wilson Wilson says:

    Paperback ☆ Reset ePUB Ø reset book, Reset PDFEPUBOverall this book provided good insight to the context of the international realm but also spent a good deal of time on Israel and Saudi Arabia which I’m not upset about but probably should be advertised in a holistic view of the Middle EastThis book loses one star because I believe the author egregiously omits the fact that Iran uses terrorism as an extension of its foreign policy not just for fear mongering This is only mentioned with one sentence near then end of the book by mentioning Hezbollah and Hamas but does not encapsulate Iran’s full activities in Lebanon Syria through Assad’s fatherAdditionally he omits the fact that Iran had begun a nuclear program through US supporting the Shah which was suspended during the Revolution and then started back about 15 years later only after intense internal dialogue amongst the mullahs on the grounds of morality not in reaction to the IraIran War which may have played a part for sureI wish the author would have spent time on


  10. Robert Morris Robert Morris says:

    Paperback ☆ Reset ePUB Ø reset book, Reset PDFEPUBFun and informative but strangely unsatisfying Not sure what it was exactly Kinzer has a thesis to push and it is one that I strongly agree with Iran is a much natural partner for the United States than our current allies in Saudi Arabia This book provides brief histories of Turkey Israel Saudi Arabia and Ira


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