Afghanistan, America and International Terrorism
Cooley marshals a wealth of evidence - from the assassination of Sadat, the destabilisation of Algeria and Chechnya and the emergence of the Taliban, to the bombings of the World Trade Center and the US embassies in Africa. He examines the crucial role of Pakistan’s military intelligence organisation; uncovers China’s involvement and its aftermath; the extent of Saudi financial support; the role of 'America's most wanted man' Osama bin Laden; the BCCI connection; the CIA's cynical promotion of drug traffic in the Golden Crescent; the events in Pakistan since the military coup of October 1999; and, finally, the events of September 11th 2001 and their continuing impact on world affairs.
John K. Cooley (1927-2008) was a journalist and author who specialised in terrorism and the Middle East and North Africa. He is the author of countless books, including the classic Unholy Wars (Pluto, 2002).
John K. Cooley (1927-2008) was a journalist and author who specialised in terrorism and the Middle East and North Africa. He is the author of countless books, including the classic Unholy Wars (Pluto, 2002) and An Alliance Against Babylon (Pluto, 2005).
1. Carter and Brezhnev in the Valley of Decision
2. Anwar al-Sadat
3. Zia al-Haq
4. Deng Xiaoping
5. Recruiters, Trainers, Trainees and Assorted Spooks
6. Donors, Bankers and Profiteers
7. Poppy Fields, Killing Fields and Druglords
8. Russia: Bitter Aftertaste and Reluctant Return
9. The Contagion Spreads: 1 – Egypt and the Maghreb
10. More Contagion: The Philippines
11 The Contagion Spreads: 2 – The Assault on America
Epilogue: The Globalisation of Violence
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