2.Latin American Victims of State Terror Respond to 9-11
3.Turkey and Repression
4.The U.S. Lehanon and Israel
5.Wars on Terror, Old and Now-and Orwellian Doublespeak
6.Israel, The U.S. And the Geneva Convention
7.Good Terrorists, Bad Terrorists, And Monied Muslims'
8.Why Do They Hate Us? / Pouring Oil On Troubled Waters / Then And Now
9.Latin America, The U.S. And Globalization
10.Same Foreign Policy, Same Armaments / Different Pretext
11.The Problems With Iraq
12.Middle East: Maps, Plans and Peace
13.Justic and the Emerging Framework
14.Venzuela, Coups and Democracy
15.Peace, Land and the West Bank
16.China: U.S. Hopes and Fears
17.U.S.-The Impediment to Peace in the Middle East
18.U.S. Doctrinal Constraints on Middle East Peace
19.Big Business And The General Population / A Nation Divided
In a sweeping state-of-the-world address, America’s leading foreign policy critic surveys the role of the U.S. in a post-9-11 world—and finds nothing has changed. Ranging over American intervention in the Middle East, Asia, and Latin America since WWII, Chomsky deftly sketches the logic behind our foreign policy, and its tragic results around the globe and at home. Whether it’s globalization, oil, or a monopoly on real terror, it’s business as usual, and we—not to mention the rest of the world—have to pay. Now more than ever, the venerable professor stands as the voice of reason in an apparently insane world.
Noam Chomsky, living legend, has -authored over one hundred books, and a dozen CDs.