This book provides an invaluable insight into the contradictions that drive U.S. policy toward Iran. It is helpful in dissecting the trite, politically motivated threat assessments of Iran's nuclear program and its alleged support of international terrorism.
Table of Contents
1. In Tehran with Sean Penn 2. United States Tells Iran: Become a Nuclear Power 3. Iran, Hizbollah, and Israel: The Real Story 4. A Brief History of U.S-Iranian Relations 5. Who Rules Iran? 6. Who Will Be Iran’s Next Ruler? 7. Iran’s Democratic Opposition 8. Iran’s Ethnic Minorities: Rebellion on the Borders 9. What the U.S. Media Didn’t Tell You 10. Learning the Lessons of Iraq
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“The Iran Agenda is vital reading for anyone concerned about U.S. foreign policy.” – Walter Cronkite
San Francisco Chronicle Review: http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?file=/c/a/2007/10/19/RVBRS4MH2.DTL&type=printable
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