Philip S. Golub
PHILIP S. GOLUB is a contributing editor if Le Monde Diplomatique and teaches international relations at the Institute of European Studies, Université Paris 8, and at the Institute for Political Studies of Paris. Among other recent writings, he is co-author of Global Regulation: Managing Crisis after the Imperial Turn (Palgrave MacMillan, London, 2004) and L'empire américain (Balland, Paris 2004).
MAR 2006 | Express
Like the tightly knit group of imperialists who provoked a splendid little war with Spain in 1898 to establish the supremacy of the American republic throughout the East till the end of time, the neo-imperialist power elites that crystallized in and around the Bush administration imagined when they invaded Iraq that the world was finally theirs.