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Stan Crock "BusinessWeek" Erudite...He seems to take the globe in his hands, turn it slowly, and explain everything he sees on each continent.

Walter Russell Mead

"The Washington Post Book World"

An intellectual event: a tour of the foreign-policy horizon that is also a tour de force.

Richard Bernstein

"The New York Times"

President George W. Bush and his advisors would do well to read this book.



Stan Crock

"BusinessWeek"

Erudite...He seems to take the globe in his hands, turn it slowly, and explain everything he sees on each continent.



Joshua Muravchik

"The Washington Times"

A quarter century after leaving office, Henry Kissinger remains our most luminous foreign policy thinker..."[Does America Need a Foreign Policy?" is] tough and compelling.



Michael Elliott

"Time"

Kissinger is once again helping to shape American thinking on foreign relations. This is the sixth decade in which that statement can be said to be true. Kissinger's new book is terrific...full of good sense and studded with occasional insights that will have readers nodding their heads in silent agreement.



Richard Bernstein"The New York Times"President George W. Bush and his advisors would do well to read this book.

Stan Crock"BusinessWeek"Erudite...He seems to take the globe in his hands, turn it slowly, and explain everything he sees on each continent.

Joshua Muravchik"The Washington Times"A quarter century after leaving office, Henry Kissinger remains our most luminous foreign policy thinker..."[Does America Need a Foreign Policy?" is] tough and compelling.

Michael Elliott"Time"Kissinger is once again helping to shape American thinking on foreign relations. This is the sixth decade in which that statement can be said to be true. Kissinger's new book is terrific...full of good sense and studded with occasional insights that will have readers nodding their heads in silent agreement.

Walter Russell Mead "The Washington Post Book World" An intellectual event: a tour of the foreign-policy horizon that is also a tour de force.

Richard Bernstein "The New York Times" President George W. Bush and his advisors would do well to read this book.

Michael Elliott "Time" Kissinger is once again helping to shape American thinking on foreign relations. This is the sixth decade in which that statement can be said to be true. Kissinger's new book is terrific...full of good sense and studded with occasional insights that will have readers nodding their heads in silent agreement.

Joshua Muravchik "The Washington Times" A quarter century after leaving office, Henry Kissinger remains our most luminous foreign policy thinker..."[Does America Need a Foreign Policy?" is] tough and compelling.

Walter Russell Mead The Washington Post Book World An intellectual event: a tour of the foreign-policy horizon that is also a tour de force.

Richard Bernstein The New York Times President George W. Bush and his advisors would do well to read this book.

Stan Crock BusinessWeek Erudite...He seems to take the globe in his hands, turn it slowly, and explain everything he sees on each continent.

Michael Elliott Time Kissinger is once again helping to shape American thinking on foreign relations. This is the sixth decade in which that statement can be said to be true. Kissinger's new book is terrific...full of good sense and studded with occasional insights that will have readers nodding their heads in silent agreement.

Joshua Muravchik The Washington Times A quarter century after leaving office, Henry Kissinger remains our most luminous foreign policy thinker...[Does America Need a Foreign Policy? is] tough and compelling.

About the Author

Former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger is the recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize, the Presidential Medal of Freedom and the Medal of Liberty. He is the bestselling author of numerous books, including Diplomacy (0671510991) and Years of Renewal. Dr. Kissinger is currently the chair of Kissinger Associates, Inc., an international consulting firm.

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