AMERICA’S WAR ON THE WORLD: UNNECESSARY, UNREALISTIC, FILLED WITH PERIL FOR AMERICA AND THE WORLD
This stellar collection of Paul Craig Roberts essays dating from February 2014 explores the extreme dangers in Washington’s imposition of vassalage on other countries and Washington’s resurrection of distrust among nuclear powers, the very distrust that Reagan and Gorbachev worked to eliminate.
“You will rarely read a book written in a more courageous, intelligent, and blunt manner about profoundly pressing world problems than this one.”—Prof. EDWARD CURTIN, GlobalResearch.ca
PAUL CRAIG ROBERTS was Assistant Secretary of the US Treasury in the Reagan administration, a member of the US Congressional staff, associate editor and columnist for the Wall Street Journal, columnist for Business Week, the Scripps Howard News Service, and Creators Syndicate, Senior Research Fellow, Hoover Institution, Stanford University, and was appointed to the William E. Simon Chair in Political Economy, Center for Strategic and International Studies, Georgetown University. He is chairman of the Institute for Political Economy and author or coauthor of ten books and numerous articles in scholarly journals. He has testified before committees of Congress on 30 occasions. Dr. Roberts was awarded the US Treasury’s Meritorious Service Award and France’s Legion of Honor.