Critical Views of September 11 by Eric Hershberg
Analyses from Around the World

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In the months since September 11, millions of Americans have belatedly awakened to the fact that they ignore the world at their peril. A sudden surge of interest in international affairs represents a dramatic turnaround from a decades-long decline. Critical Views of September 11: Analyses from Around the World provides deep perspective on the changing world order in the wake of the attacks and the war in Afghanistan. An unprecedented array of scholars from around the world offer candid and unsparing views of the international order and America's role in the world from the vantage of Africa, Europe, South Asia, East Asia, the Middle East, and Latin America. In so doing, they provide fresh insight into the varying perceptions of the September 11 attacks and the United States' response. The essays analyze such issues as security, terrorism and international order, globalization and economic liberalism, and the new social and cultural challenges stemming from the terrorist attacks.

About Eric Hershberg

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Eric Hershberg is Senior Adviser at the Social Science Research Council and Adjunct Professor at Columbia University. He also chairs the board of NACLA. He lives in Brooklyn. Fred Rosen is a former director of NACLA and current contributing editor of the NACLA Report on the Americas. He lives in Mexico. Moore is a program director at the Social Science Research Council, where he is responsible for the Europe Program and the Program on International Higher Education.
Published September 11, 2002 by New Press, The. 400 pages
Genres: History, Political & Social Sciences. Non-fiction

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Scholars and critics of isolationism will welcome the 13 sophisticated essays, primarily by non-U.S. analysts, that Social Science Research Council program directors Hershberg and Moore have assembled here.

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