13 edition of Kissinger found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||by Marvin Kalb and Bernard Kalb.|
|Contributions||Kalb, Bernard, joint author.|
|LC Classifications||E840.8.K58 K34|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 577 p.|
|Number of Pages||577|
|LC Control Number||74005892|
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"Fascinating, shrewd The book deftly traces the rhythms and patterns of Chinese history."—Michiko Kakutani, The New York Times In this sweeping and insightful history, Henry Kissinger turns for the first time at book length to a country he has known intimately for decades and whose modern relations with the West he helped shape.
But, this book is not a dry academic text by any means. It is a riveting character study of Kissinger and also to a lesser extent of President Nixon. As Kissinger is quoted in the book as saying, personality shapes history. Nixon's and Kissinger's strange clashing 4/5. Diplomacy (Touchstone Book) Paperback – April 4, #N#Henry Kissinger (Author) › Visit Amazon's Henry Kissinger Page.
Find all the books, read about the author, and more. See search results for this author. Are you an author. Learn about Author Central. Henry Kissinger (Author) /5(). “Kissinger’s book takes Kissinger book on a dazzling and instructive global tour of the quest for key to Kissinger’s foreign policy realism, and the theme at the heart of his magisterial new book, is that such humility is important not just for people but also for nations, Kissinger book the U.S.
Making progress toward a world order based on /5(8). “The well-being of the state justified whatever means,” Kissinger wrote in “Diplomacy” (a book that Gewen calls a near-masterpiece). “National interest supplanted the medieval notion of.
Henry Kissinger Foreign Policy E-book Boxed Set: Crisis, This ebook box set includes the following books by Henry Kissinger, Kissinger book America’s approach to foreign : By drawing upon hitherto unpublished transcripts of his telephone conversations during the Yom Kippur War () and the last days of the Vietnam /5(22).
Henry Alfred Kissinger was sworn in on Septemas the 56th Secretary of State, a position he held until Janu He also served as Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs from Januuntil November 3, In July he was appointed by President Reagan to chair the National Bipartisan.
Kissinger’s book takes us on a dazzling and instructive global tour of the quest for order, from Cardinal Richelieu to Metternich and Bismarck, the Indian minister Kautilya of the 4th century B.
Among the works that first brought Henry Kissinger to academic acclaim was "A World Restored," his s book about how the greatest diplomats of Europe met at. “Kissinger the Negotiator,” by James K. Sebenius, R. Nicholas Burns and Robert H. Mnookin, presents diplomacy as the art of influencing friends and adversaries.
Henry Kissinger was the fifty-sixth Secretary of State. Born in Germany, Dr. Kissinger came to the United States in and was naturalized a US citizen in He served in the US Army and attended Harvard University, where he later became a member of the ed on: Ap Yet Kissinger book, according to this fascinating and sad book, persisted in believing that, given enough time and resources, his Vietnam policy would succeed.
In other words, it was the war opponents. Kissinger explores the relationship between this complex man's personality and the foreign policy he pursued. Drawing on extensive interviews with Kissinger as well as other sources, including U.S.
presidents and his business clients, this first full-length biography makes use of many of Kissinger's private papers and classified memos to Book Edition: Kissinger book.
Kissinger's Church, Wyomissing, Pennsylvania. likes. Kissinger's Church5/5(3). world order Reflections on the Character of Nations and the Course of History.
KISSINGER. THE BOOK BY GARY ALLEN TRANSCRIBER'S NOTES: (I hope you read this.I believe it is important) Upon hearing that Henry Kissinger had been brought out of mothballs and was selected to head a committee to 'investigate' the events surrounding the World Trade Center fiasco on SeptemChuck pulled this book off a shelf and handed it to me with a slightly.
Kissinger on Kissinger will inform and inspire current and future generations.” —George P. Shultz, former U.S. Secretary of State “This is a brilliant, timely, and invigorating book.
In a series of oral history interviews, the only ones he has ever done, Henry Kissinger offers profound analysis and razor-sharp recollections that show the First published: 14 May, Looking for books by Henry Kissinger.
See all books authored by Henry Kissinger, including Diplomacy, and On China, and more on We personally assess every book's quality and offer rare, out-of-print treasures. We deliver the joy of reading in % recyclable packaging with free standard shipping on US orders over $ “Dazzling and instructive [a] magisterial new book.” —Walter Isaacson, Time Henry Kissinger offers in World Order a deep meditation on the roots of international harmony and global disorder.
Drawing on his experience as one of the foremost statesmen of the modern era—advising presidents, traveling the world, observing and shaping the central foreign policy events of recent /5(3). About World Order “Dazzling and instructive [a] magisterial new book.” —Walter Isaacson, Time Henry Kissinger offers in World Order a deep meditation on the roots of international harmony and global g on his experience as one of the foremost statesmen of the modern era—advising presidents, traveling the world, observing and shaping the central foreign policy events.
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This book covers all of Dr Kissinger's life but mostly dwells on his time as National Security Advisor and Secretary of State. While the portions of the book covering the rest of his life treat him fairly, the time covering his time as National Security Advisor and Secretary of State is of a different sort.
The book traces the odd relationship between Nixon and Kissinger. Sometimes hard-edged and combative, sometimes oddly supportive of one another.
The secretive Nixon and Kissinger as lone cowboy accomplished a great deal in foreign policy; however, their penchant for secrecy also created problems of its by: Analyzing the differences in the national styles of diplomacy, Kissinger shows how various societies produce special ways of conducting foreign policy, and how Americans, from the very beginning, sought a distinctive foreign policy based on idealism.
He illustrates his points with his own insights and with examples from his own experience, as well as with candid accounts of his breakthrough 4/5(11). “Dazzling and instructive [a] magisterial new book.” —Walter Isaacson, Time Henry Kissinger offers in World Order a deep meditation on the roots of international harmony and global g on his experience as one of the foremost statesmen of the modern era—advising presidents, traveling the world, observing and shaping the central foreign policy events of recent decades.
Among the works that first brought Henry Kissinger to academic acclaim was "A World Restored," his s book about how the greatest diplomats of Europe met at the Congress of Vienna to restore order to a continent shattered by the Napoleonic Wars.
The Top 10 Most Inhuman Henry Kissinger Quotes. by Ap Febru Written by Fred Branfman / AlterNet Ap Febru Kissinger first achieved widespread fame in academic circles with his book Nuclear Weapons and Foreign Policy, opposing President Dwight Eisenhower's policy of holding out the threat of.
Seymour Hersh's book on Mr. Kissinger, "The Price of Power," brought Richard Allen, Mr. Nixon's foreign policy adviser, into the story.
Hersh claimed that Mr. Kissinger had given Mr. Allen inside information on secret peace talks with the North Vietnamese in Paris, conducted by Averell Harriman in the last months of the Johnson Administration. He is non-partisan throughout this long, detailed book; often pointing out mistakes and miscalculations of his own as well as others.
The book is written with continuous, rigorous attention to details in light of the current events of the time and the personalities involved.
Below is an excerpt of Kissinger’s new book. Prologue IN OCTOBERChina’s revolutionary leader Mao Zedong summoned his top military and political commanders to meet with him in Beijing. The Nobel laureate and former national security advisor and secretary of state (Years of Upheaval,etc.) presents an engrossing and monumental (in every sense) historical survey of diplomacy from the 17th century to the present.
Kissinger begins his narrative after the Peace of Westphalia (), when militarily ascendant France strove for dominance on the continent, preventing the. Reviewing Kissinger’s book Ending the Vietnam War (), the historian and journalist Evan Thomas implied that the essence of Kissinger’s tragedy was that he was perennially trying to gain.
“On China,” Kissinger’s 13th book, blends an incisive strategic analysis of the moves and countermoves of China, the United States and the former Soviet Union with telling vignettes about.
But it is a caricature to portray Kissinger as Dr Realpolitik. This book is a passionate piece of advocacy for western values, in which he also appears to have internalised America’s ambivalence about this quest; his text sometimes appears to aim for perfect balance between idealism and realism, doling out one sentence to one side, one to the.
Henry A. Kissinger, in full Henry Alfred Kissinger, (bornFürth, Germany), American political scientist, who, as adviser for national security affairs and secretary of state, was a major influence in the shaping of U.S.
foreign policy from to under Presidents Richard M. Nixon and Gerald R. he was jointly awarded the Nobel Prize for Peace with Le Duc Tho of. A critical but resolutely objective and utterly fascinating biography of the guileful, egocentric geopolitical scientist who became America's most celebrated secretary of state.
Drawing on access to his subject's private papers, family members, friends, and foes, as well as on archival sources, Isaacson (an assistant managing editor at Time; coauthor, The Wise Men, ) offers an.
Dust Jacket Condition: Fine. 1st Edition.Fine Book, Fine unclipped jacket ($), First Printing with full number line 1,3,5,7,9,10,8,6,4,2 signed by Henry Kissinger on the half title page, *Signature Only, clean tight unmarked pages, the book appears to be unread, PO inscription on the front end page, 13 maps throughout the.
While the definitions of the Kissinger Report date back to the s, all we need to do is look for information on pro-control campaigns and we can find an ominous chronology. Between andnearlywomen were forcibly sterilized in. Kissinger’s old communist buddies in China are also elated with the crap storm they have unleashed.
I can see him now, starting his day with new energy that defies his age. Kissinger, about to turn 97 next month, paying homage to his departed brothers – men like David Rockefeller, Zbigniew Brzezinski and Pappy Bush – his servants laying. - Henry Kissinger. quoted in the book The Final Days "Depopulation should be the highest priority of foreign policy towards the third world, because the US economy will require large and increasing amounts of minerals from abroad, especially from less developed countries." - Henry Kissinger.A dominant theme of this wide-ranging book is the challenge the United States and the industrial democracies will face in the s; the need to revitalize NATO; arms control: East-West relation; world trade and the world economy.
the book also contains Dr. Kissinger's observations on the Middle East and on China, and the text of the report he. In his new book, “World Order,” Henry Kissinger explains the historic scope of this challenge.
His analysis, despite some differences over specific policies, largely fits with the broad.