War, Politics and Business: A Critique of the Global War on Terror
is a multi-dimensional study of Bushas effort to combat terrorism
at a global level. It explores the underlying reasons for Americaas
invasion of Afghanistan and Iraq, arguing that no matter what
reasons were publicly stated, the desire for Middle Eastern oil was
a major reason for the invasions. The book equally reviews
Americaas awar on terrora in Africaaits variants, its historical
foundations and functional perspectives. It argues that it is just
another quest for the occupation and militarization of strategic
natural resources, like oil fields. Observing that the awar on
terrora has permeated almost all aspects of life in post-9/11
America, the book suggests that terrorism has become a tool for
America Star Books
|Country of origin:
J. J. Asongu Ph. D.
||216 x 140 x 9mm (L x W x T)
||Paperback - Trade
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