May 1, 2014 | Books

Allies, Adversaries and Enemies: America’s Increasingly Complex Alliances

This volume examines the growing problem of American allies that simultaneously act as Washington’s adversaries or even enemies. This phenomenon, which has markedly grown in recent decades, can be discerned in the U.S.’s bilateral relationships with Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, and Turkey, all four of which are examined in extended case studies in this volume. Expert FDD contributors include Clifford D. May, Mark Dubowitz, Reuel Marc Gerecht, Thomas Joscelyn, Emanuele Ottolenghi, David Andrew Weinberg, Tony Badran, David Barnett, Steven Miller, and Karen Kaya.


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