Chomsky, the Left's leading critic of government policy, power, and language, takes on the international scene since 1945, devoting particular attention to events following the collapse of the Soviet Union. Featuring new material on the Middle East peace process, this book provides an eloquent, incendiary, and forceful critique of Western ...
Chomsky, the Left's leading critic of government policy, power, and language, takes on the international scene since 1945, devoting particular attention to events following the collapse of the Soviet Union. Featuring new material on the Middle East peace process, this book provides an eloquent, incendiary, and forceful critique of Western government, from imperialist foreign policies to the Clinton administration's empty promises to the poor.
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Publishers Weekly, 1994-10-10 To Chomsky, the Cold War was just a passing phase in the West's 500-year global domination of poorer nations, providing the U.S. with easy formulas to justify criminal interventionist actions abroad and entrenchment of privilege and state power at home. Marshaling meticulous scholarship, this leading critic of American foreign policy cogently argues that Washington's support-open and covert-for repressive regimes in Colombia, Guatemala, Indonesia, Angola and elsewhere has undermined attempts to create meaningful democracy, thus exacerbating poverty and misery. Chomsky, a Massachusetts Institute of Technology linguistics professor, describes NAFTA as a protectionist pact, mislabeled ``free trade,'' which is likely to drive millions of Mexicans out of work while enriching U.S. agribusiness. He sets the Israeli-Arab conflict in the broad context of America's postwar domination of the Middle East along lines established by British imperialism, with family dictatorships taking orders from Washington and protected by ``regional enforcers,'' preferably non-Arab (Turkey, Israel, Iran under the shah, Pakistan). His devastating critique of the ``new world order'' foresees a growing abyss between rich and poor-both internationally and at home. (Nov.) (c) Copyright PWxyz, LLC. All rights reserved
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