Fault Lines

  • by Don Liebich
  • Narrated by Jack Chekijian
  • 5 hrs and 42 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Fault Lines is by a non-academic former businessman and consultant, widely traveled in the Middle East, for those interested in understanding the often convoluted history of American Middle East policy. The audiobook explains the fault lines that have often plagued US efforts to protect its national interests in the region and how these ongoing faults have led to a precipitous decline in American influence. It also includes some recommendations as to how this decline can be reversed.


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Fault Lines

This was an interesting read.Narrated by Jack Chekijian,a great narrator,we go thru events and how they shaped our responses and future plans in the middle east.It was very up to date.I was given this book free for an honest review.
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- Deedra


I really learned a lot from listening to this book. It's an extensive history of the Middle East, with well stated timelines, huge amounts of historical data, interspersed with anecdotes from real people. The book was spawned when a businessman decided to try and figure out why middle easterners hate Americans so much. Basically, America has been unable to keep its nose out of foreign countries where oil is a major concern. Our passive atrocities have kept compounding since the First World War. It makes me sick that our loyalties keep changing to back the winning team. I received this book as a gift, in exchange for an honest review. Based on the description, I didn't think I was going to like it, but I ended up listening to it all day. I feel qualified to actually have an in depth conversation about these issues. Excellent!
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- erobbins33

Book Details

  • Release Date: 08-25-2015
  • Publisher: Elevate