My Enemy s Enemy

Author: Avinash Paliwal
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 9780190685829
Release Date: 2017
Genre: History

The archetype of "my enemy's enemy is my friend", India's political and economic presence in Afghanistan is often viewed as a Machiavellian ploy aimed against Pakistan. The first of its kind, this book interrogates that simplistic yet powerful geopolitical narrative and asks what truly drivesIndia's Afghanistan policy.Based on an extensive repertoire of hitherto untapped primary sources including official memoranda, diplomatic correspondence, and a series of interviews with key political actors, My Enemy's Enemy provides a comprehensive analysis of India's strategy debates and foreign policymaking processesvis-a-vis Afghanistan, from the last decade of the Cold War to the 1990s Afghan civil war and the more recent US-led war on terror. It demonstrates that Indian presence in Afghanistan has been guided primarily by an enduring vision for the region that requires a stable balance of power across theDurand Line.

My Enemy s Enemy

Author: Laura Zittrain Eisenberg
Publisher: Wayne State University Press
ISBN: 081432424X
Release Date: 1994
Genre: History

My Enemy's Enemy is the first comprehensive study of prestate Zionist policy toward Lebanon. Laura Zittrain Eisenberg identifies early Zionist perceptions about Lebanon, considers efforts to construct a lucid Zionist policy toward that country, and characterizes the nature and course of Zionist-Lebanese relations prior to 1948.

My Enemy s Enemy

Author: Geraint Hughes
Publisher: Apollo Books
ISBN: 1845194497
Release Date: 2012
Genre: Political Science

Using examples from post-1945 history, and focusing on three case studies (the Afghan war of 1978-1989, Lebanon 1975-1990, Angola 1975-1991), the author offers terminology intended to clarify scholarly understanding of proxy warfare, and a framework for understanding why states seek to use proxies in order to fulfill strategic objectives.

My Enemy s Enemy

Author: George Crile
ISBN: 1843540851
Release Date: 2003
Genre: Afghanistan

When the Soviet Union invaded Afghanistan in 1979, pressure mounted for the Americans to support the Afghan resistance. This title tells the story of what became the largest covert operation in history - funding eventually grew to over $1 billion a year. The book features a vivid cast of characters: Charlie Wilson the maverick congressman; Gust Avrakotos, head of the CIA operation in Afghanistan; and President Zia of Pakistan. Moving from meeting rooms in Washington to secret chambers at Langley, to arms-dealer conventions, to the Khyber Pass. The book is a remarkable account of the last battle of the Cold War, a battle that helped weaken the Soviet Union and led to its collapse - and of course paved the way to the rise of the Taliban.


Author: Glynn Stewart
ISBN: 1988035139
Release Date: 2016-12-21

A paranormal agency in tatters A critical alliance that must not fail A betrayal in their darkest hour The demon Ekhmez ripped out the heart of America's supernatural defenders and strengthened their foes. The agencies of the Omicron branch of the US government face a newly expanded threat with their resources stretched to the breaking point. To hold the line, newly promoted Commander David White of ONSET is sent to forge an alliance with the Elfin Conclave, a supernatural organization with its own history, grudges and politics. When violence wracks the Conclave and guts the allies they sought, David White must hunt the Elfin's foes across the Pacific northwest, taking any help that comes his way-because when the world is on fire, can you turn away your enemy's enemy?

The Enemy of My Enemy

Author: George Michael
ISBN: UOM:39015063328085
Release Date: 2006
Genre: History

In the violent world of radical extremists, "the enemy of my enemy is my friend." This study reveals how that precept plays out in the unexpected bonding between militant Islam and the extreme right in America and Europe. It provides an insightful and sane look at the possibilities for collaboration between these groups.

In My Enemy s House

Author: Carol Matas
Publisher: Scholastic Canada
ISBN: 9781443124577
Release Date: 2013-02-01
Genre: Juvenile Fiction

I survived. Protected by the Nazis that killed my family. Could I ever forgive myself? Award-winning novelist Carol Matas brings readers into the heart of Nazi Germany with the harrowing story of Marisa, a Polish Jew whose blond hair and blue eyes make it easy for her to pass as a Christian. With the Nazis ready to herd the remaining Jews of her town into a ghetto, and with her family either scattered or dead, Marisa takes the papers of a Polish girl and goes to Germany in a desperate attempt to survive as a Polish worker. Marisa finds work as a servant for the Reymanns, a German family that treats her with respect. But she must never forget that Herr Reymann is a high-ranking Nazi. Marisa is hiding in plain sight in her enemy's house. This unflinching account of Marisa's dilemma as a Jew living a lie in order to survive will give readers a new perspective on the nature of good and evil, even as it touches their hearts.

My Enemy s Cradle

Author: Sara Young
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
ISBN: 0151015376
Release Date: 2008-01
Genre: Fiction

Hiding out from the Nazis with her Dutch relatives, Cyrla, a half-Jewish girl, is confronted by a terrifying choice between certain discovery in her cousin's home and taking her pregnant cousin Anneke's place in the Lebensborn, a maternity home for Aryang

My Enemy s Tears

Author: Karen Vorbeck Williams
Publisher: Wheatmark, Inc.
ISBN: 9781604946284
Release Date: 2011
Genre: Fiction

"A story of the New World venturers, of wilderness and settlement, of witchcraft and war ... Based on the lives of Mary Bliss Parsons and Sarah Lyman Bridgeman and the men they loved, this fictional account of a true story transports [the reader] to a land founded on a dream, where life was uncertain, and where fear and jealousy would lead to ruin."--Page 4 of cover.

Through My Enemy s Eyes

Author: Salim J Munayer
Publisher: Authentic Media Inc
ISBN: 9781842278598
Release Date: 2014-02-01
Genre: Religion

This book addresses the universal theological dimension of reconciliation in the context of the Israeli Messianic Jewish and Palestinian Christian divide. Palestinian Christians and Israeli Messianic Jews share a belief in Jesus as the son of God and Messiah. Often, though, that is all they have in common. This remarkable book, written in collaboration by a local Palestinian Christian and an Israeli Messianic Jew, seeks to bridge this gap by addressing head on, divisive theological issues (as well as their political implications) such as land, covenant, prophecy and eschatology which separate their two communities. The struggle for reconciliation is painful and often extremely difficult for all of us. This unique work seeks to show a way forward. COMMENDATIONS "In a world that wants to see only one side of every conflict (and this one especially), where people believe only their own propaganda, and where many Christians inhabit hard shells of theological, political and apocalyptic certainties, this book is a bravely different voice. Rather, it is two voices talking carefully, honestly, graciously, respectfully and truthfully to each other - as sisters and brothers in the Messiah should. This is a unique conversation in which each partner, Messianic Jewish Israeli and Palestinian Christian, gives full expression to all that they are and think and feel about themselves and the conflict in their land. We are treated to some stretching theological debate and some honest self-criticism. But above all we come to share the hope and courage that shines through the pain and struggle." - Christopher J. H. Wright, International Ministries Director, Langham Partnership, UK "The Palestinian-Israeli divide may be the most intractable conflict of our time. With great courage, honestly facing the turbulent political, historical, and theological landscape which authentic reconciliation must engage, Munayer and Loden open up fresh space. Given the divides between their communities, this book is a remarkable achievement, a cry of hope from the land where Jesus walked." - Chris Rice, Director of the Center for Reconciliation, Duke Divinity School, USA

Collected Poems

Author: Clive James
Publisher: Picador Australia
ISBN: 9781925479263
Release Date: 2016-04-26
Genre: Poetry

The "technically and emotionally heart-stopping poems" (Spectator) of Clive James are collected in this decades-spanning volume. Clive James's reputation as a poet has become impossible to ignore. His recent poems looking back over his extraordinarily rich life with a clear-eyed and unflinching honesty, such as 'Japanese Maple' (first published in the New Yorker in 2014), became global news events upon their publication. His most recent collection, Sentenced to Life, was a phenomenal bestseller in the UK and in Australia, and his translation of Dante's The Divine Comedy was a Sunday Times top ten bestseller in 2013. In this book, James makes his own rich selection from over fifty years' work in verse: from his early satires to these heart-stopping valedictory poems, he proves himself to be as well suited to the intense demands of the tight lyric as he is to the longer mock-epic. Collected Poems displays James's fluency and apparently effortless style, his technical skill and thematic scope, his lightly worn erudition and his emotional power; it will undoubtedly cement his reputation as one of the most versatile and accomplished of contemporary writers. MORE PRAISE FOR CLIVE JAMES "James writes with exquisite perception and surgical precision; he is a poet of powerful argument and emotional force" The Times "After writing poems for 50 years, his technique is deft and assured" Independent on Saturday "A writer whose commanding voice contains a constant variety of colour and tone" Observer

In the Enemy s House

Author: Howard Blum
Publisher: HarperCollins
ISBN: 9780062458278
Release Date: 2018-02-20
Genre: History

The New York Times bestselling author of Dark Invasion and The Last Goodnight once again illuminates the lives of little-known individuals who played a significant role in America’s history as he chronicles the incredible true story of a critical, recently declassified counterintelligence mission and two remarkable agents whose story has been called "the greatest secret of the Cold War." In 1946, genius linguist and codebreaker Meredith Gardner discovered that the KGB was running an extensive network of strategically placed spies inside the United States, whose goal was to infiltrate American intelligence and steal the nation’s military and atomic secrets. Over the course of the next decade, he and young FBI supervisor Bob Lamphere worked together on Venona, a top-secret mission to uncover the Soviet agents and protect the Holy Grail of Cold War espionage—the atomic bomb. Opposites in nearly every way, Lamphere and Gardner relentlessly followed a trail of clues that helped them identify and take down these Soviet agents one by one, including Julius and Ethel Rosenberg. But at the center of this spy ring, seemingly beyond the American agents’ grasp, was the mysterious master spy who pulled the strings of the KGB’s extensive campaign, dubbed Operation Enormoz by Russian Intelligence headquarters. Lamphere and Gardner began to suspect that a mole buried deep in the American intelligence community was feeding Moscow Center information on Venona. They raced to unmask the traitor and prevent the Soviets from fulfilling Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev’s threat: "We shall bury you!" A breathtaking chapter of American history and a page-turning mystery that plays out against the tense, life-and-death gamesmanship of the Cold War, this twisting thriller begins at the end of World War II and leads all the way to the execution of the Rosenbergs—a result that haunted both Gardner and Lamphere to the end of their lives.

Reading the Enemy s Mind

Author: Paul Smith
Publisher: Macmillan
ISBN: 9780812578553
Release Date: 2005-12-27
Genre: Political Science

A Gulf War veteran and ten-year leader of the CIA's psychic research program reveals how its operatives developed the ability to locate objects and people over considerable distances, recounting how the program was used to find missing soldiers, hidden weapons, and lost aircraft before it was shut down. Reprint.

As If an Enemy s Country

Author: Richard Archer
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 9780199700134
Release Date: 2010-03-08
Genre: History

In the dramatic period leading to the American Revolution, no event did more to foment patriotic sentiment among colonists than the armed occupation of Boston by British soldiers. As If an Enemy's Country is Richard Archer's gripping narrative of those critical months between October 1, 1768 and the winter of 1770 when Boston was an occupied town. Bringing colonial Boston to life, Archer moves between the governor's mansion and cobble-stoned back-alleys as he traces the origins of the colonists' conflict with Britain. He reveals the maneuvering of colonial political leaders such as Governor Francis Bernard, Lieutenant Governor Thomas Hutchinson, and James Otis Jr. as they responded to London's new policies, and he evokes the outrage many Bostonians felt toward Parliament and its local representatives. Equally important, Archer captures the popular mobilization under the leadership of John Hancock and Samuel Adams that met the oppressive imperial measures--most notably the Sugar Act and the Stamp Act--with demonstrations, Liberty Trees, violence, and non-importation agreements. When the British government responded with the decision to garrison Boston with troops, it was a deeply felt affront to the local population. Almost immediately, tempers flared and violent conflicts broke out. Archer's tale culminates in the swirling tragedy of the Boston Massacre and its aftermath, including the trial of the British troops involved--and sets the stage for what was to follow.

My Enemy s Face

Author: Terry Moran
Publisher: TotalRecall Press
ISBN: 1590956605
Release Date: 2011-10-01
Genre: Fiction

"My Enemy's Face "Billy Ray Sawyer is the All American kid. The high school football hero from the right side of the tracks is son of the powerful and wealthy Mayor who has raised Billy Ray to accept his racist and narrow-minded ways in 1960s Alabama. Noah Franklin is the polar opposite of Billy Ray. A black son of poor parents, Noah doesn t have racist bone in his body until the Government forces integration. Billy Ray and Noah clash on the first day of school, and through what can only be explained as an Act of God, are forced to live their lives through the other s eyes. Both their spirits and faith are tested through triumphs and failures in a community not ready for change or unity. Hate turns into friendship, as the two boys try to deal with their new circumstances. In an ultimate act of sacrifice, one will be forced to lay down his life to save the other. In an act of love, the other races against time to save him.