The Fateful Triangle by Noam Chomsky

"The Fateful Triangle" explores the complex relationships and political dynamics between the United States, Israel, and Palestine. The book critically examines how U.S. foreign policy, particularly its unwavering support for Israel, has impacted the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Through a detailed analysis of historical events, media coverage, and political rhetoric, the author argues that this triangular relationship has perpetuated injustice and hindered a peaceful resolution in the Middle East. The work challenges readers to reconsider the narratives commonly accepted in Western media and political discourse, advocating for a more nuanced and equitable approach to Middle Eastern politics.

The 6561st greatest book of all time


Published
1983
Nationality
American
Type
Fiction
Pages
500-600
Words
Unknown
Original Language
English

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