Middle East Watch
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December 2019


Glenn Greenwald

Auteur de deux ouvrages, best sellers du New York Times : « How Would a Patriot Act ? » (mai, 2006), une critique de l’utilisation excessive du pouvoir par l’administration Bush et « A Tragic Legacy » (juin, 2007), qui examine l’héritage de Bush. L’ouvrage le plus récent, « Great American Hypocrites », examine les tactiques de manipulation électorale employée par le parti Républicain et propagés par la presse, il a été publié en avril 2008 par Random House/Crown.


Articles de cet auteur

  • More oddities in the U.S. "debate" over Israel/Gaza

    Wednesday 7 January 2009
    This Rasmussen Reports poll — the first to survey American public opinion specifically regarding the Israeli attack on Gaza — strongly bolsters the severe disconnect I documented the other day between (a) American public opinion on U.S. policy towards Israel and (b) the consensus views expressed by America’s political leadership. Not only does Rasmussen find that Americans generally "are closely divided over whether the Jewish state should be taking military action against militants in the (...) continue continue
  • Marty Peretz and the American political consensus on Israel

    Wednesday 7 January 2009
    Opinions about the Israeli-Palestinian dispute are so entrenched that any single outbreak of violence is automatically evaluated through a pre-existing lens, shaped by one’s typically immovable beliefs about which side bears most of the blame for the conflict generally or "who started it." Still, any minimally decent human being — even those who view the world through the most blindingly pro-Israeli lens possible, the ones who justify anything and everything Israel does, and who discuss (...) continue continue

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