Mahdi Darius Nazemroaya: The Globalization of NATO

Clarity Press, 2012

Book Description:

Spawned by the Cold War, the North Atlantic Treaty Organization’s existence was justified as a guarantee against any Soviet threats towards Western Europe. That raison d’être is long gone with the collapse of the Soviet Union and the end of the Cold War. Nevertheless NATO has expanded relentlessly eastward towards its former enemy, even though Communism has disappeared. Yugoslavia marked a turning point for the Atlantic Alliance and its mandate. The organization moved from a defensive posture to an offensive one under the pretexts of humanitarianism. Starting from Yugoslavia, NATO began its journey towards globalization, taking on a broader area of operations outside of the European continent, leading to NATO missions in East Africa, Afghanistan, Pakistan, and most strikingly, Libya. Increasingly symbolic of U.S. militarism and missile diplomacy, NATO has acted as an arm of the Pentagon and formally or informally moved into combat zones where the US and its allies have been combatants, as the world increasingly militarizes through the globalization of NATO and the formation of new military counter-alliance.
Back Cover:
“Nazemroaya’s book is a must-read for any European or other NATO state citizen who wants to understand the danger the American-driven Alliance presents to world harmony and peace…Reading this book may be the first step to finding ourselves before it is too late.”  Denis J. Halliday, former UN Assistant Secretary-General, 1994-1998
“The Globalization of NATO by Mahdi Darius Nazemroaya is simply magnificent, erudite and devoid of the ethnocentrism to which one has become so accustomed from Western authors…There is no other book that, at this particular time, I would more heartily endorse. I think Africans, Near Eastern peoples, Iranians, Russians, Chinese, Asians and Europeans generally and all the progressive Latin American countries of today will find a much needed reinforcement and support for their peaceful ideals in this excellent must-read book.”  Miguel d’Escoto Brockmann, Former President, United Nations General Assembly
“Nazemroaya’s book, in addition to reminding us that the role of the United Nations has been confiscated by NATO, elaborates in the danger the North Atlantic Treaty represents to world peace.”  José L. Gómez del Prado, Chairman, United Nations Working Group on the Use of Mercenaries (2005-2011)
“This book is a must-read for those committed to reversing the tide of war and imperial conquest by the world’s foremost military machine.”  Michel Chossudovsky, Professor Emeritus, Univ. Ottawa
“I hope this book will be read by very, very many who can turn this morbid fascination with violence into constructive conflict-resolution.”  Johan Galtung, Professor Emeritus, Peace Studies and Sociology, University of Oslo
“[Nazemroaya] is one of the prescient thinkers and writers of contemporary times who deserves to be read and acted upon by people with a conscience and concern for humanity’s future.”  Vishnu Bhagwat, Admiral and former Chief of the Naval Staff of India
“What amazes many of us in other parts of the world are his seemingly limitless depth, breadth and the thoroughness of his knowledge.”  Kiyul Chung, Editor-in-Chief of The 4th Media and Visiting Professor, Tsinghua University, Beijing
About the Author (Amazon):
Canadian sociologist, award-winning author, and internationally noted geopolitical analyst. He spent two months in Libya reporting for Flashpoints during the war with NATO. His work has been translated into more than twenty languages including Spanish, Portuguese, Arabic, Russian, Turkish, Persian, German, Italian, and Chinese.
About the Author (Back Cover):
Mahdi Darius Nazemroaya is an interdisciplinary sociologist, award-winning author and noted geopolitical analyst. He is a researcher at the Centre for Research on Globalization in Montreal, Canada, an expert contributor at the Strategic Culture Foundation in Moscow, Russia, and a member of the Scientific Committee of Geopolitica, a peer-reviewed journal of geopolitics in Italy.

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