U.S. Foreign Relations from 1893 to the Present is the second part of From Colony to Superpower, an international narrative blends political, diplomatic, and military history with economic, cultural, and religious history. It includes a new introduction and a new chapter that brings the narrative up to the present.
International relations, as a discipline, tends to focus upon European and Western canons of modern social and political thought. This book sketches out the historical depth and contemporary significance of non-Western thought on modernity, as well as the rich diversity of its individuals, groups, movements and traditions.
Shows that by encouraging unconditional US financial and diplomatic support for Israel and promoting the use of its power to remake the Middle East, the pro-Israel lobby has jeopardized America's and Israel's long-term security and put other countries - including Britain - at risk.
Winner of the Pulitzer Prize for Non-fiction 2003 A shattering history of the last hundred years of genocidal war that itemises in authoritative, persuasive manner exactly what the West knew and when, and what it chose to do, and what not to do, with that knowledge.