Kinzer’s The Brothers is an excellent source of information concerning the development of U.S. foreign policy during the Twentieth Century.Read More
About the Author
Jim Miles is a Canadian educator and a regular contributor of opinion pieces and book reviews for The Palestine Chronicle. Miles' work is also presented globally through other alternative websites and news publications.
Review: ‘The Incubus of Intervention: Conflicting Indonesia Strategies of John F. Kennedy and Allen Dulles”
The Incubus of Intervention stands alone as a well written, clearly detailed and intriguing reassessment of historical events in and around Indonesia.Read More
Works such as The Dispensable Nation simply highlight the arrogance and hubris of an empire in decline.Read More
The Rise of Islamic State is a worthy read, clearly defining the major roles and events of this long-developing story.Read More
“Pay Any Price” is an enlightening read the repercussions that the global war on terror and its associated power, greed, and secrecy has had on our daily lives.Read More