Books

  • America's Continuing Misadventures

    America's Continuing Misadventures
    $20.00

    Preorder your copy today for delivery in May 2016. In the first edition of this work, America’s Misadventures in this Middle East, Freeman trenchantly described the challenges he faced as U.S. Ambassador to Saudi...

  • Chaos and Counterrevolution

    Chaos and Counterrevolution
    $24.00

    ...offers a tour de force inside the Middle East region. It presents candid and lucid analyses of interconnected complexities ranging from a lurking colonial past and hegemonic policies, to rising expectations and dashed...

  • Chaos and Counterrevolution, ebook

    Chaos and Counterrevolution, ebook
    $10.00

    ...offers a tour de force inside the Middle East region. It presents candid and lucid analyses of interconnected complexities ranging from a lurking colonial past and hegemonic policies, to rising expectations and dashed...

  • Chief Complaint

    Chief Complaint
    $21.00

    Hatim Kanaaneh is a master story-teller, whose intimate portraits of village life contain far bigger truths about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict than any dry political analysis. Jonathan Cook, Author of Disappearing...

  • Chief Complaint, ebook

    Chief Complaint, ebook
    $10.00

    Hatim Kanaaneh is a master story-teller, whose intimate portraits of village life contain far bigger truths about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict than any dry political analysis. Jonathan Cook, Author of Disappearing...

  • Gaza Unsilenced

    Gaza Unsilenced
    $21.00

    … joins the narrative of Palestine’s witness—of oppression, brutality, and death, but also of life reaffirmed and resistance reclaimed. PHYLLIS BENNIS, Institute for Policy Studies During and after...

  • Gaza Unsilenced, ebook

    Gaza Unsilenced, ebook
    $10.00

    … joins the narrative of Palestine’s witness—of oppression, brutality, and death, but also of life reaffirmed and resistance reclaimed. PHYLLIS BENNIS, Institute for Policy Studies During and after...

  • Never Can I Write of Damascus

    Never Can I Write of Damascus

    In 2005, teacher Theresa Kubasak and retired publisher Gabe Huck moved to Syria to aid some of the many Iraqis who found refuge there from the violence of US-occupied Iraq. They set up and ran a project to prepare young...