Books by John R. Bradley

Released: Jan. 3, 2012

"A deeply alarmist, precipitous look at recent Arab developments—or lack of developments."
In a cynical jeremiad, Bradley finds the pre-Arab Spring dictatorships in Tunisia and Egypt less pernicious than what he sees in the coming Islamist counterrevolution. Read full book review >
Released: May 1, 2008

"Unlikely to win the author any friends among the Egyptian political elite, but terrifically well told and extremely sobering."
Journalist Bradley (Saudi Arabia Exposed, 2005) trains a sharp reportorial eye on the nearly failed nation-state in the cross hairs of world conflict. Read full book review >