10 Political Books
Writers have long strived to set up cases for and against the political struggles and have reached many audiences, communicating the facts and stories unknown to the common man. The understanding conveyed through political writing is of immense advantage to those who are interested in the nature of politics and global phenomenon. The list below is a carefully selected amalgam of books that have shed some revealing light on issues of great political importance in the world we live in:
Ghost Wars by Steve Coll
This international best-seller and winner of the Pulitzer price is the secret history of the CIA, Afghanistan and Bin Laden, from the Soviet invasion to September 10, 2001. The author is a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist who has to his credit interviews with foreign spymasters and senior U.S officials. The books is named so since it explains the intricate network set up aided by America itself that led to today to the war it is fighting in Afghanistan.