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This book is dense but all-in-all worth the close read it requires. An incredibly well-researched and comprehensive look at the decision-making and implementation that went into British policy on the Middle East during World War I and immediately after. What it lacks in dazzle and readability it makes up for in impressive detail and analysis. Fromkin takes a lot of liberty in building background and it's not until 400 pages or so in that the reader is going to appreciate the payoff. Particularly compelling is the passage describing the difficulty the West had in promoting nationalist furvor in Mesopotamia (present-day Iraq) and the disturbing parallels that can be drawn to current-day events. The advent of Zionism and Bolshevism and their respective roles in shaping the region are also covered in fulfilling detail. Although the book supposes itself as a end-all examination of the forces that shaped the modern day Middle East, it's unrealistic to assume that any book could ever adequately fill that role. This is surely an important and essential piece of the scholastic puzzle though.