Here, for the first time, is the Spanish translation of Noam Chomsky’s New York Times bestseller Interventions.
Since 2002, Chomsky has written a column for the New York Times Syndicate in which he cogently and critically examines the leading issues of the day. These columns have been published in major newspapers around the globe, including the International Herald Tribune, and have helped gain an even larger global audience for Chomsky’s views. Yet few have appeared in the pages of U.S. or Canadian newspapers, and only one of the columns included here appeared in the pages of the New York Times itself.
Concise and fiercely argued, Intervenciones covers the invasion and occupation of Iraq, the Bush presidency, Israel and Palestine, Israel’s invasion of Lebanon, national security, the escalating threat of nuclear warfare, and more. A powerful and accessible new book from one of America’s foremost political intellectuals and dissidents.
Chomsky discusses several post-9/11 U.S. interventions in this recent conversation on C-SPAN. With Spanish subtitles.
"For nearly thirty years now, Noam Chomsky has parsed the main proposition of American power—what they do is aggression, what we do upholds freedom—with encyclopedic attention to detail and an unflagging sense of outrage."
“Interventions offers over forty of Chomsky's columns; insightful, crisp and well-researched pieces on news events of the day. From 9-11 to the Iraq War, from the "non-crisis" of social security to the leveling of Lebanon, Chomsky provides informed opinion and critical analysis.”
—Mumia Abu Jamal
To read Chomsky’s inverview with Sonali Kalhatkar about Interventions, visit: http://www.zmag.org/znet/viewArticle/15233