Adrift - How the World Lost Its Way

Author(s): Amin Maalouf; Frank Wynne (Translator)

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The bestselling author of The Crusades Through Arab Eyes traces how civilizations have drifted apart throughout the 20th century and now lack the solidarity to address global threats to humankind.
"Maalouf is a thoughtful, humane and passionate interlocutor." -- The New York Times Book Review
The United States is losing its moral credibility. The European Union is breaking apart. Africa, the Arab world, and the Mediterranean are becoming battlefields for various regional and global powers. Extreme forms of nationalism are on the rise. Thus divided, humanity is unable to address global threats to the environment and our health. How did we get here and what is yet to come? World-renowned scholar and bestselling author Amin Maalouf seeks to raise awareness and pursue a new human solidarity. In Adrift, Maalouf traces how civilizations have drifted apart throughout the 20th century, mixing personal narrative and historical analysis to provide a warning signal for the future.


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  • : 9781642860757
  • : World Editions LLC
  • : NewSouth
  • : 0.01
  • : November 2020
  • : {"length"=>["21.6"], "width"=>["14"], "units"=>["Centimeters"]}
  • : books

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  • : Amin Maalouf; Frank Wynne (Translator)
  • : Paperback
  • : en
  • : 336