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Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data. Parsi, Trita. Treacherous alliance: the secret dealings of Israel, Iran, and the United States. Trita Parsi discussed his book Treacherous Alliance—The Secret Dealings of Israel, Iran, and the US (Yale University Press, ), based on over Visit Trita Parsi's webpage featuring appearances, press events and interviews with the author. Click here for an extended question & answer discussion with the.
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Some very important questions, in the process, are left unanswered: What is the role of religion?
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How did the Jewish Diaspora in Iran influence this triangular relationship? What are the links between Iranian anti-US and anti-Israeli sentiments?
What was the influence of the US Israel lobby? It is, after all, the first comprehensive work to examine the triangular relationship between Washington, Tehran, and Tel Aviv and will serve as the launching pad for further research in this domain. The range of coverage of the Israeli point of view is excellent and reasonably reflects the diversity of opinion.
Parsi was afforded wide access and used the treacherous alliance well.
Treacherous Alliance: The Secret Dealings of Israel, Iran, and the United States by Trita Parsi
The coverage of Iranian internal points of view is less extensive. Particularly disapointing was a lack of coverage of the Basiji, the Iranian Revolutionary Guard which now dominates the economy and internal security s Ignore its rhetoric, my the treacherous alliance won't bite An interesting book, up to about Ch.
Particularly disapointing was a lack of coverage of the Basiji, the treacherous alliance Iranian Revolutionary Guard which now dominates the economy and internal security services. Parsi's basic argument is that the actions of Iran and Israel can be understood solely in geophysical terms.
Treacherous Alliance: The Secret Dealings of Israel, Iran, and the United States
Because of its large population about 68 millionposition on the Gulf the treacherous alliance industrial capacity Iran's natural role is to dominate the region. I should add, to Iran's credit, a point that Parsi missed in as much as Iranian poetry and literature was historically considered to be high culture in neighbouring countries such as Pakistan and Afganistan.
What Parsi doesn't mention, by starting with the Shah, is the years of the Qajar dynasty where Iran was not a natural leader in the region and was actually quite weak.
In geopolitical terms Iran's largest city to the south is Shiraz and most of the population is concentrated in the north towards the Caspian the treacherous alliance.
Parsi's characterization of Israeli policy is that of the "Periphery Doctrine". The treacherous alliance stated he believes that Israel was friendly with Iran from to the early 90s because it weakened its neighbouring Arab states.
When Iran broke off all contact, Israel forged relationships with countries further on the periphery the treacherous alliance India and China and the small. Whereas there is some basis for this approach a better view is that Israel is like a puppy dog with a short memory.
Throughout its history the country the treacherous alliance held out the possibility of peaceful relations with all of its neighbours.
In its bid for a regional hegemony Iran doesn't consider the possibility of advocating openly peaceful relations with everyone as well, merely playing off opposing forces to make itself more relevant.
Parsi asserts that if Iran develops nuclear weaponry, so will its neighbours, but mostly by the treacherous alliance, which will negate Iran's superiority in conventional forces.
I agree with the probable outcome of proliferation but disagree with his conclusion. Historically Iran's military has done rather poorly against neighbouring Iraq and they the treacherous alliance ill suited for engaging Afghanistan.
If one looks at a map one finds that deploying troops against the GCC is a possibility, but forget about Pakistan.