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30 review for Bitter Friends, Bosom Enemies: Iran, the U.S., and the Twisted Path to Confrontation

  1. 4 out of 5

    Catherine

    A clever woman with more first-hand knowledge on U.S.-Iranian relations than most writes a clever book on what is truly a twisted relationship between two equally arrogant countries (even if not equal in other ways). I can't wait to see more from Slavin and her friends.

  2. 5 out of 5

    decaffeinated

    I heard Slavin at a book signing years ago and she knows her stuff. This was a very informative book. Much has changed over the years, but Western animosity toward Iran and Iranian suspicious of the West has not. Everything else operates within these parameters.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Evin Ashley

    Excellent book; I loved how she compared the US and Iran to a married couple going through a divorce. People, politicians and governments are often more emotional than they want to admit. I deducted a star because she called Mossadegh weird, and thus probably alienated half the audience this book could have influenced - Iranians. "Still, the Internet remained a safety valve for young people yearning for connections with each other and the outside world." (p.133) - I remember this very well; gainin Excellent book; I loved how she compared the US and Iran to a married couple going through a divorce. People, politicians and governments are often more emotional than they want to admit. I deducted a star because she called Mossadegh weird, and thus probably alienated half the audience this book could have influenced - Iranians. "Still, the Internet remained a safety valve for young people yearning for connections with each other and the outside world." (p.133) - I remember this very well; gaining Internet access in Saudi Arabia. Whatever the country or society, the Internet, and other tools which promote transparency and freedom, are the impulse of humanity.

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