Washington Bookstore Carries Solving 9-11
November 14, 2012
The Washington Report has added Solving 9-11 to the AET Book Club catalog.
Solving 9-11: The Deception that Changed the World is now available through the American Educational Trust (AET) Book Club in Washington, D.C. The AET Book Club was created by former U.S. Foreign Service officers to provide quality books about the Middle East and U.S. policies in the region. Solving 9-11 is a new addition to the AET Book Club catalog as of November.
The AET Book Club (www.MiddleEastBooks.com) is a project of the American Educational Trust, a non-profit, non-partisan organization incorporated in 1982 in Washington, D.C., by retired U.S. Foreign Service officers.
The American Educational Trust provides balanced and accurate information concerning U.S. relations with Middle Eastern states. AET promotes U.S.-Middle East understanding with an emphasis on informed debate and supports solutions that are consistent with the charter of the United Nations, international law, the Geneva Conventions, and traditional American support for human rights, self-determination, and fair play.
AET’s Foreign Policy Committee has included former U.S. ambassadors, government officials, and members of Congress, including the late Democratic Senator J. William Fulbright and Republican Senator Charles Percy, both former chairmen of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee.
As part of its educational mission, AET publishes the Washington Report on Middle East Affairs, a monthly magazine with the largestcirculation of any Middle East related publication in North America. The Washington Report covers political, cultural, economic, and military issues in the Middle East and the Arab World.
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