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Published: Harry N. In their statements, the new Taliban claimed to be open to women going to school. Weighing in at a scant pages, The Dispensable Nation certainly qualifies as a whirlwind tour. How can we help you? Rent with DeepDyve.
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In the most insightful look at White House decision making in recent years, The Obama Doctrine , Jeffrey Goldberg conveys a president seeking to break free from a cold war energy-focused Middle East policy. The United States is now largely energy-self sufficient, and a net exporter of oil.
Once again, Nasr quietly advances the case that these long-run effects are lost in the four-year cycle of presidential elections. The entirety of the Middle East in pages is an ambitious meal, to say nothing of adding the future of Asia as dessert.
The Dispensable Nation lights an important path, but it will take a gargantuan scholastic effort to pave the road fully. In the mean time, Nasr provides, at the very least, an excellent syllabus, an overview of the issues to know and the quiestions to ask in any future study of the region.