Rogue Regimes: Terrorism and Proliferation Horror Book Review
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Now that the Cold War has ended, a threat matching the scope of the former Soviet Union is no longer believed to exist, but attention has turned to another part of the world that increasingly torments the U.S. government. This region includes outlaws of the international system, notorious for state-sponsored terrorism, drug trafficking, and a desire to acquire nuclear, biological, and chemical weapons. In Rogue Regimes, Raymond Tanter explores U.S. foreign policy toward Middle East nations like Iran, Iraq, Libya, and Syria, uncovering the reasons why these countries are so menacing to the United States. In addition, Tanter examines U.S. policy toward North Korea, an Asian country whose disintegration may result in war involving American troops on the Korean Peninsula. This updated and expanded paperback also includes a new chapter on Iraq that discusses policy options, such as “containment with overthrow,” in light of scenarios for the future of this rogue state. The book concludes with a chapter on “Rogue Regimes, Contractors, and Freelancers.” It discusses the practice of terrorism and proliferation across regimes like Iraq, formal groups like the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine, and freelancers like Osama bin Laden who is suspected of masterminding the bombing of American embassies in Africa.