Books written by Derrick O'Keefe

Michael Ignatieff

Verso Books | November 1, 2011 | 192 pages
The author argues that the record of Michael Ignatieff, one of Canada's most prominent politicians, suggests that, despite claims to the contrary, he has stood in opposition to the extension of democracy and the pursuit of greater equality, and has even provided justification for torture.  More Info

A Woman Among Warlords

Scribner Book Company | October 20, 2009 | 231 pages
In the tradition of Ayaan Hirsi Ali's "Infidel," and also the subject of an award-winning documentary, this impassioned, first-person account tells of a courageous young Afghani woman who risks her life by denouncing the powerful warlords in her country.  More Info