The volume, comprised of fourteen contributions from specialists in the field, is a serious attempt to address and analyze key factors affecting US interests. It suggests measures for the US policy makers and provides a policy framework for enabling the US to face challenges and opportunities in the Muslim world.
Cover; Title Page; Copyright Page; Dedication Page; Table of Contents; Preface; Introduction; 1: 'Islam' and US Foreign Policy; 2: President Obama and the Muslim World; 3: Why Do They Hate Us? Anti-US Sentiment and the Battle to Win Hearts and Minds; 4: Why the US Image Declined in the Muslim World?; 5: Impact of US Anti-Terrorist Financing Laws on Muslim International Charities; 6: American Media and the Muslim World; 7: 11 September 2001 Attack on US and West Asia; 8 Probing Smart Power Paradigm in US-Iran Relations; 9: Neo-Conning America: Deception and the Iraq War
10: US-Pakistan Relations after 9/11: Threats and Responses11: US-Bangladesh Relations: From Initial Hostility to Enduring Partnership; 12: Post-9/11 United States Policy towards Afghanistan; 13: International Terrorism and Religious Extremism: Challenges to US and India; 14: US in Eurasia: Geopolitical Overtures on a Treacherous Terrain; List of Contributors; Index
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