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Deliver Us from Evil By William Shawcross

Deliver Us from Evil
by William Shawcross

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Reporting from war zones around the globe, an acclaimed journalist brings an unforgettable portrait of a dangerous world and the brave men and women, ordinary and extraordinary, who risk their lives to make and keep the peace.
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Deliver Us from Evil Summary


Deliver Us from Evil: Peacekeepers, Warlords, and a World of Endless Conflict by William Shawcross

A finalist for the Samuel Johnson Prize, the UK's most prestigious non-fiction award, Deliver Us From Evil is a dramatic, behind-the-scenes investigation into how the West, led by the United States, has attempted to deal with the complexities of the post-Cold War world. Taking readers to Kosovo, Cambodia, Rwanda, Nigeria, Iraq, and other places torn apart by ethnic conflicts, famines, and other crises and to deliberations at the UN, Shawcross argues that, despite good intentions, intervention can not succeed when there is no peace to keep, no right side, and no infrastructure in which to sow the seeds of order. Integrating the stories of humanitarian workers and peacekeeping troops with his own incisive observations, Shawcross provides a disturbing new perspective on modern war.

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Deliver Us from Evil Reviews


Michael Beschloss author of "At the Highest Levels" and "The Crisis Years" At a moment when Americans are debating when and where we should intervene, a world-class journalist and scholar brings us an important and groundbreaking book on the fresh traumas of the post -- Cold War world and those who are struggling against them. I turned the last page feeling both horrified and hopeful.

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GOR002800708
Deliver Us from Evil: Peacekeepers, Warlords, and a World of Endless Conflict by William Shawcross
William Shawcross
Used - Very Good
Hardback
Simon & Schuster
2000-03-22
447
068483233X
9780684832333
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