NOW AVAILABLE: New Book on US-Iran Policy by Amb. Lincoln P. Bloomfield, Jr. Featuring Foreword by Dr. Ivan Sascha Sheehan

Ambassador Lincoln P. Bloomfield, Jr. has published a new book titled The Mujahedin-e Khalq (MEK) – Shackled by a Twisted History through the University of Baltimore College of Public Affairs. More than two thousand advance copies have been provided to members of Congress and White House Officials and additional copies are being sent to EU representatives. The book features a Foreword by Dr. Ivan Sascha Sheehan and supporting comments from senior former US officials, including:

  • General George W. Casey, Jr.
  • Lieutenant General Dell L. Dailey
  • General James L. Jones
  • Judge Michael B. Mukasey
  • Dr. Mitchell B. Reiss
  • Governor Bill Richardson

Read advance praise for the study issued by senior US officials.

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UPDATE 7-17-13: Governor Tom Ridge, former Secretary of Homeland Security, authored a book review titled The Friends Left in the Shadow of War in The Washington Times.

UPDATE 6-3-13: Dr. Mitchell Reiss, President of Washington College and former director of policy planning staff at the U.S. State Department under Secretary Colin Powell, penned a book review in The Baltimore Sun titled How the U.S. Hung a Potential Iranian Ally Out to Dry.

Purchase your copy at Amazon.com and stay tuned for media and policy events on this important new study.

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One Response to “NOW AVAILABLE: New Book on US-Iran Policy by Amb. Lincoln P. Bloomfield, Jr. Featuring Foreword by Dr. Ivan Sascha Sheehan”

  1. […] at the primary opposition to clerical rule in Iran, the Mujahedin-e Khalq (MEK/PMOI), and the increasing recognition among policy officials that the Paris-based def-facto Parliament-in-Exile, the National Council of Resistance of Iran […]

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