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Muslims' Perceptions of the Bush Doctrine
Bridging the Gap with Islam
Reihe: Politik und Moderne Geschichte
Bd. 7, 2010, 184 S., 34.90 EUR, 34.90 CHF, br., ISBN 978-3-643-10327-7
This book is an investigation of Muslims' perceptions of Islamic Fundamentalism and of the United States foreign policy. It specifically deals with the impact of the "Bush Doctrine" and examines how this doctrine served as a "social-political mechanism" for mobilizing many Muslims. The book offers guidance in how to end an era of distrust und discord between the Muslim and the Western worlds.
Dr. Masoud Bonyanian, born in 1960, Isfahan, Iran. BA in Political Science from Pembroke State University, MA from Old Dominion University, PhD from Free University Berlin, was a full Academic Member of Isfahan and Shareza Azad University/Iran, he is currently teaching political science and Middle Eastern politics at Camden College in New Jersey, USA.