Foreign affairs: 23 new books I wish Obama and Romney would read

In preparation for the upcoming presidential debate on foreign policy, check out these 23 books that offer the kind of nuance and context mostly overlooked during a campaign.  

By , Monitor contributor

2. 'The Invisible Arab: The Promise and Peril of the Arab Revolution,' by Marwan Bishara

Al Jazeera English political analyst and editor Marwan Bishara has written a straightforward, concise account of an “Arab Spring” long in the making. "The Invisible Arab" counters the misleading stereotypes and oversimplifications sometimes found in Western media narratives about the uprisings.

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