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This book is really good for those who want to learn more about the Cold War in Latin America and in the Arab world.
'This book is insightful and suggestive. It reveals a fascinating history of the relationships and links between Arab and Latin American revolutionary movements which has not been written about before. Offering a detailed account of international events and political figures it is not only for those interested in Arab and Latin American politics but also for readers interested in international relations.' Gema Martin-Munoz, Autonoma University of Madrid, Spain 'This is a fascinating book that accurately articulates the untold story and connections between Latin-American and the Arab anti-colonial revolutions for more than sixty years. It offers an invaluable academic research that delineates Arab-Latin American relations propelled by their common cause and struggle in opposing what they both considered as social, economic and political injustices brought about by the dominant neoliberal world system. The book offers a fresh account of South-South relations and their revolutionary struggle against the dominant world system. It offers a valuable contribution to the study of revolutions, South-South cooperation and Arab-Latin American relations.' Abdullah Baabood, Qatar University, Qatar