The Bush II Years in the Middle East

 “The Bush II Years in the Middle East (2000-2008)” is available in Print and digital editions, and may be ordered on Amazon.  Dr. Arno Tausch signed its preface, while Professor Burhan Ghalioun and Professor Nilufer Gole signed each an afterword.


The Bush II Years in the Middle East (2000-2008): A Case Study in the Sociology of International Relations

Authored by Hichem Karoui

The Print Edition


Product Details

  • Paperback: 650 pages
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (September 3, 2012)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1479223468
  • ISBN-13: 978-1479223466
  • Product Dimensions: 10 x 7 x 1.5 inches

“Through the study of President G.W. Bush administration’s policy in the Middle East, with the Iraq War (2003) in first place, Hichem Karoui attempted to meet the challenge of providing us with a comprehensive monograph, full of actors and networks of relationships and institutions involved in the “making up” of American foreign policy. He neglected nothing: the clubs of neoconservatives, the intellectual elite, the various lobbies, including the Arab and the Israeli, the networks of entrepreneurs and businessmen, the military, etc.”
Burhan Ghalioun.

“The author presents his subject with an enormous zeal for the details of the “who is who” in the past, Republican administration. For an incoming diplomat or military attache being posted to Washington, an ideal “equipement” on the way on the plane.”
Arno Tausch.

The digital Edition is also available on the Kindle Store (Amazon): click here and look inside the book

 Here is also a link to the first chapter of the book: The Bush II Years In the Middle East (2000-2008):Morals and Interests