For the past two decades, Mark Danner has reported from Latin
America, Haiti, the Balkans, and the Middle East. His perceptive,
award-winning dispatches have not only explored the real
consequences of American engagement with the world, but also the
relationship between political violence and power. In "Stripping
Bare the Body," Danner brings together his best reporting from the
world's most troubled regions--from the fall of the Duvalier
dictatorship in Haiti to the tumultuous rise of Aristide; from the
onset of the Balkan Wars to the painful fragmentation of
Yugoslavia; and finally to the disastrous invasion of Iraq and the
radical, destructive legacy of the Bush administration.
At a time when American imperial power is in decline, there has
never been a more compelling moment to read these urgent, fiercely
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