Warblog: Armchair Generals of the War on Terror

Warblog Armchair Generals of the War on Terror The warbloggers who emerged after the September attacks believed that the War on Terror and the invasion of Iraq could trigger a humanistic and democratic reformation of the Islamic world They were

  • Title: Warblog: Armchair Generals of the War on Terror
  • Author: Bjørn Stærk
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 281
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • The warbloggers who emerged after the September 11 attacks believed that the War on Terror and the invasion of Iraq could trigger a humanistic and democratic reformation of the Islamic world They were wrong, but not alone Their optimism reflected an old and powerful Western fantasy That liberal democracy is natural, inevitable, and appealing to all people everywhere.The warbloggers who emerged after the September 11 attacks believed that the War on Terror and the invasion of Iraq could trigger a humanistic and democratic reformation of the Islamic world They were wrong, but not alone Their optimism reflected an old and powerful Western fantasy That liberal democracy is natural, inevitable, and appealing to all people everywhere Seen through the eyes of one of the original warbloggers, this is the story of the amateurs who wanted to prove that they were just as good as the professionals And they were Just as bad at predicting the outcome of the War on Terror as the Bush administration, and just as lazy as the mainstream media.

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