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"In taking us inside the White House through decades of tumult in the Middle East, Patrick Tyler brilliantly sheds light on both the history of the presidency and the long, tragic story of the place so many Americans think of as the Holy Land. This is a terrific, important book." —Jon Meacham, Editor of Newsweek and author of American Gospel: God, the Founding Fathers, and the Making of a Nation
Book Review - 'A World of Trouble,' by Patrick Tyl - Review - NYTimes.comHow presidents from Eisenhower to Bush II confronted the Middle East.- The New York Times
Book of the week: A World of Trouble by Patrick Tyler | Books | The Guardian Review: A World of Trouble by Patrick Tyler A catalogue of America's Middle East blunders is a must-read for Obama, says Martin Woollacott- The Guardian
Review: History of Israel-Palestine conflict would make good presidential reading - St. Petersburg TimesPatrick Tyler illuminates the Israeli-Palestinian conflict's history. I hope copies of this book will be laid at once on the desks of President Obama and his special negotiator for peace in the Holy Land, George Mitchell. It tracks the efforts of every American president since Truman to settle the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and reviews the reasons why each one failed.- St. Petersburg Times
PATRICK TYLER has reported extensively from both the Middle East and Washington for The New York Times and The Washington Post. A Texan, he lives in Washington, D.C.