This extraordinary true story exposes international intrigue, corruption, and little-known government and corporate activities that have dire consequences for American democracy and the world....Continua
- Summarized many facts (eg. Halliburton) that most people didnt realized. But to those who are interested in world affairs, this book could only be treated as a refresh of memories....Continua
But one would understand the importance the role the free press (to reveal corruption by foriegn entities of local politicians), political freedom (so that the locals can have laws against such corruption) and finally the rule of law (to enforce the laws against corruption effectively).
I would say it is not a bad book. Especially good for World Bank/IMF haters such as I....Continua