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by Ramesh Thakur

Author: Ramesh Thakur
Subcategory: Humanities
Language: English
Publisher: United Nations University Press (July 31, 2007)
Pages: 200 pages
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The book's three topics -the Iraq war, the war on terror, and weapons of mass destruction -are among the most critical issues of our times. I am a regular reader of Dr. Ramesh Thakur's writings. I have been impressed by his clear thinking and analysis of world politics

The book's three topics -the Iraq war, the war on terror, and weapons of mass destruction -are among the most critical issues of our times. I have been impressed by his clear thinking and analysis of world politics. Martti Ahtisaari, former President of the Republic of Finland and Chairman of the Crisis Management Initiative"Ramesh Thakur has established a solid reputation for himself as an international public intellectual.

The book's three topics-the Iraq war, the war on terror, and weapons of mass destruction-are among the most .

The book's three topics-the Iraq war, the war on terror, and weapons of mass destruction-are among the most critical issues of our times. Uniquely in the 62-year history of the United Nations, Ramesh Thakur was given and exercised the latitude to write for public consumption on the contested topics of the day, making it clear that he was expressing his personal opinion. This book brings together a collection of Dr Thakur's opinion articles from a number of newspapers around the world: The Australian, The Canberra Times, The Daily Yomiuri, The Globe and Mail, The Hindu, The International Herald Tribune, and The Japan Times, plus one article from the UN Chronicle.

Reflections on Iraq, Terrorism and Weapons of Mass Destruction

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War in Our Time: Reections on Iraq, Terrorism and Weapons of Mass Destruction Were an empire now, and when we act we create our own reality. truth can be created by assertion, principle can be established by deception and democracy can be imposed through aggression. About the Author Ramesh Thakur is Distinguished Fellow at the Centre for International Governance Innovation and Professor of Political Science at the University of Waterloo in Canada. War in Our Time: Reections on Iraq, Terrorism and Weapons of Mass Destruction Iraq confirms that, as with terrorism, a war of aggression is an unacceptable tactic no matter how just the cause.

This book brings together a collection of Dr Ramesh Thakurs opinion articles from newspapers around the world: The Australian, Canberra Times .

This book brings together a collection of Dr Ramesh Thakurs opinion articles from newspapers around the world: The Australian, Canberra Times, Daily Yomiuri, Globe and Mail, International Herald Tribune, Japan Times, and The Hindu, plus one article from the UN Chronicle. The books three topicsthe Iraq war, the war on terror, and weapons of mass destructionare among the most critical issues of our times.

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This book brings together a collection of Dr Ramesh Thakur's opinion articles from newspapers around the world: The Australian, Canberra Times, Daily Yomiuri, Globe and Mail, International Herald Tribune, Japan Times, and The Hindu, plus one article from the UN Chronicle. The book's three topics—the Iraq war, the war on terror, and weapons of mass destruction—are among the most critical issues of our times. "I am a regular reader of Dr. Ramesh Thakur's writings. I have been impressed by his clear thinking and analysis of world politics. [He] has challenged me many times to review my own thinking on important issues." —Martti Ahtisaari, former President of the Republic of Finland and Chairman of the Crisis Management Initiative "Ramesh Thakur has established a solid reputation for himself as an international public intellectual. The articles assembled in this book have contributed in no small measure to that achievement.... Academics, diplomats, journalists as well as the wider public will all welcome the fact that these enduring essays have been brought together in one book." —Lakhdar Brahimi, former Special Adviser to the United Nations Secretary General "To have this wisdom and insight gathered in a single volume provides an invaluable resource that should be made required reading for leaders and citizens alike." —Richard Falk, Emeritus Professor, Princeton University