Table of contents for Perilous power : the Middle East and U.S. foreign policy : dialogues on terror, democracy, war, and justice / Noam Chomsky and Gilbert Achcar ; edited with a preface by Stephen R. Shalom.

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Contents
Preface
1	Terrorism and Conspiracies
 Defining Terrorism
 The Terrorist Threat
 Responding to Terrorism
 9/11 Conspiracies
 Saddam's Invasion of Kuwait
2	Fundamentalism and Democracy
 Fundamentalism
 The Saudi Kingdom
 Democracy in the Middle East
 Fundamentalism and Democracy
 Democracy since the Iraq Invasion
 
3	Sources of U.S. Foreign Policy in the Middle East
 Oil
 Israel, the Israel Lobby, and U.S. Policy
 Israel and U.S. Interests
 
4	Wars in the Greater Middle East
 Afghanistan
 Responding to 9/11
 Afghanistan Today
 The United States and Iraq, 2003
 Assessing France and Other Opponents of the U.S. War
 The Current Situation in Iraq
 The Iraqi Insurgency
 U.S. Policy in Iraq Today
 What Should the Antiwar Movement Be Calling For?
Will Withdrawal Lead to Civil War?
The Kurds in Iraq
The Kurds in Turkey
Secession, Self-Determination, and Justice
Syria
Iran
5	The Israel-Palestine Conflict
 The Legitimacy of Israel
 Palestinian Say in any Settlement
 A Settlement versus Lasting Peace
 The Palestinians in Israel
 The Palestinian Refugees
 How the United States and Israel Have Blocked a Settlement
 The Palestinian View of a Settlement
 Zionism and the Palestinians
 Israeli Politics
 Palestinian Politics
 How Can We Support Justice in Israel/Palestine?
 Boycotts, Divestment, and Other Tactics
 Anti-Semitism
 Anti-Semitism in Western Europe
 Anti-Arab Racism and Islamophobia
Notes
Index
About the Authors

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Middle East -- Foreign relations -- United States.
United States -- Foreign relations -- Middle East.
Terrorism -- Government policy -- United States.
Iraq War, 2003- -- Protest movements -- United States.
Insurgency -- Iraq.
Democracy -- Middle East.
Democracy -- Middle East.