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A Cowering Superpower

By Gerecht, Reuel Marc

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Title: A Cowering Superpower  
Author: Gerecht, Reuel Marc
Language: English
Subject: Political science., Philosophy & politics, Politics & international relations
Collections: New American Century Collection
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Publisher: The Project for the New American Century


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Excerpt: In December 1999, the Clinton administration issued a worldwide terrorist alert to Americans overseas advising them to avoid crowded millennial celebrations. Bomb-toting Islamic militants under the banner of the Saudi terrorist Usama bin Laden had declared war, so Americans were to stay discreetly indoors while other Westerners partied. In Israel and Jordan, American Christians were strongly advised to avoid any public manifestation of their faith. Vexed by the growing number, geographical range, and fearfulness of Washington?s warnings, one senior Foreign Service officer declared the millennial alarm ?the chicken-little PR finale of America?s cover-your-ass foreign policy.?


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