The 33-Day WarBy: Achcar, Gilbert / Warschawski, Michel
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|By: Achcar, Gilbert / Warschawski, Michel|
Format: Softcover | 136 pp
Publisher: Saqi Books, London, 2007
Size: 13 x 21
Topic: Current Events
They then dissect the strategic and political background behind recent actions taken by Israel: the impact of Israel's incursion into Lebanon and its effects on Lebanon's population; and the consequences of the war on Israeli policy and society.
REVIEWS: 'A crisp and timely analysis that arranges well-documented facts and synthesizes the region's extremely complex problems in such a way that even readers who are only moderately familiar with the situation can understand.' The Daily Star, Beirut.
AUTHOR BIO: Gilbert Achcar lived in Lebanon for many years before moving to France, where he teaches international politics at the University of Paris. He is the author of Clash of Barbarisms: The Making of the New World Disorder (Saqi) and co-author, with Noam Chomsky, of Perilous Power: The Middle East and US Foreign Policy. Michel Warschawski, a veteran journalist and peace activist, founded the Alternative Information Center in Jerusalem, a Palestinian-Israeli news organization that disseminates information, research and political analysis on Palestinian and Israeli societies.