Quagmire: America in the Middle East
by Leon T. Hadar
Publisher: Cato Institute 1992
Number of pages: 252
The Washington foreign policy establishment demands that the United States remain the dominant power in the Middle East. Hadar concludes that it is time for the United States to disengage from the region and adopt a policy of benign neglect. Quagmire points the way to a stable and prosperous future for all peoples of the Middle East.
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