By Emile Nakhleh
In an important Engagement, the CIA's former aspect guy on Islam makes a lively case for a renewal of yank public international relations within the Muslim international. supplying a distinct stability among in-depth research, own memoir, and overseas coverage treatments, the ebook injects much-needed knowledge into the general public dialogue of long term U.S.-Muslim family. Intelligence insider Emile Nakhleh argues that an engagement with the Muslim global merits the nationwide curiosity of the U.S.. as a result, the following management should still discard the terrorism prism wherein the rustic has seen political Islam because Sept. 11 and concentration as a substitute at the universal pursuits of the United States and mainstream Muslims. Nakhleh investigates contemporary U.S. coverage towards Islamic international locations and provides the hot management a ten-point plan for rebuilding America's courting with the Muslim international. the writer demonstrates that successful over Arabs and Muslims calls for a radical wisdom of Arab and Muslim cultures and languages inside of our intelligence group, in addition to a long term American dedication of body of workers and assets. whereas the luck of those efforts should be incremental and difficult to degree, Nakhleh believes that the present low status of the USA in such a lot Arab and Muslim nations will be reversed. Stressing that potent public international relations needs to be a major, coordinated attempt pursued on the optimum political degrees, an important Engagement charts a brand new path for destiny ties among the us and the Islamic global.
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