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Dirty Wars: The World Is A Battlefield Hardcover – April 23, 2013
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As US leaders draw the country deeper into conflicts across the globe, setting the world stage for enormous destabilization and blowback, Americans are not only at greater risk—we are changing as a nation. Scahill unmasks the shadow warriors who prosecute these secret wars and puts a human face on the casualties of unaccountable violence that is now official policy: victims of night raids, secret prisons, cruise missile attacks and drone strikes, and whole classes of people branded as “suspected militants.” Through his brave reporting, Scahill exposes the true nature of the dirty wars the United States government struggles to keep hidden.
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That is another point worth mentioning. This book is by far the best comprehensive account of the whole story of Anwar al Awlaki (from birth to death, pacifist t.v. personality to radical, and American citizen to terrorist) and his extrajudicial killing via a US drone (becoming one of the first Americans to be killed by the government without being charged, convicted, or tried).
The only real problem with the book is one of production quality. The book is so large that just reading through it normally caused half of the pages to become unglued from the spine. It definitely should have been released initially as a hardcover.