Best Of Enemies: A History Of U.S. And Middle East Relations, Part One: 1783-1953

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David B. and Filiu draw striking parallels between ancient and contemporary political history in this look at the US-Middle East conflict.

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The reader is transported to the pirate-choked Mediterranean sea, where Christians and Muslims continue the Crusades, only this time on water. As the centuries pass, the traditional victims of the Muslim pirates - the British, French, and Spanish - all become empire-building powers whose sights lie beyond the Mediterranean.

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Author Jean-Pierre Filiu / David B.
Publisher Abrams Books
Page Count 120pp
Publication Size 7 x 10
Publication Notes hardcover, full color
Publication Date May 16, 2012
ISBN 978-1906838454

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