Table of contents for Imperial hubris : why the West is losing the war on terror / Anonymous.


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Contents
Preface
Introduction: ìHubris Followed by Defeatî
Acknowledgments
I: Some Thoughts on the Power of Focused, Principled Hatred
II: An Unprepared and Ignorant Lunge to Defeat: The United State in Afghanistan
III: Not Down, Not Out: Al Qaedaís Resiliency, Expansion, and Momentum
IV: The Worldís View of Bin Laden: A Muslim Leader and Hero Coming into Focus?
V: Bin Laden Views the World: Some Old, Some New, and a Twist
VI: Blinding Hubris Abounding: Inflicting Defeat on OurselvesóNon-War, Leaks, and Missionary Democracy
VII: When the Enemy Sets the Stage: How Americaís Stubborn Obtuseness Aids Its Foes
VIII: The Way Ahead: A Few Suggestions for Debate
Epilogue: Little Ground for Optimism
Notes
Bibliography
The Author




Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: War on Terrorism, 2001-Jihad, Bin Laden, Osama, 1957-Qaida (Organization)Terrorism Government policy United States, United States Foreign relations 21st century