"Thought-provoking....Ramo questions conventional thinking and provides fresh ideas-something we deeply need these days." -- Walter Isaacson, author of "Steve Jobs"
"A great read, a wondrous and unexpected journey through a world that keeps getting more complicated. Joshua Cooper Ramo has a brilliant mind and a beautiful pen, and both are evident in this stimulating book." -- Fareed Zakaria, author of "The Post-American World"
"The formula on display here - reported vignettes, grand theorizing, surprising juxtapositions - will be familiar to readers of Thomas L. Friedman and Malcolm Gladwell, and Ramo executes it with verve." -- Gary Rosen, New York Times Book Review
"[A] call to arms for smarter management of this increasingly complex world." -- Newsweek
"Poignant, informed and optimistic." -- Forbes
"Full of engaging vignettes. . . [Ramo] uses his anecdotes to make some sharp observations." -- The Economist
Praise for The Seventh Sense
"Joshua Cooper Ramo has written a book that combines historic sweep and incisive detail. A great book, and a useful one. "The Seventh Sense" is a concept every businessman, diplomat, or student should aspire to master -- a powerful idea, backed by stories and figures that will be impossible to forget." "Walter Isaacson, author of "Steve Jobs" and "The Innovators"""
Praise for The Age of the Unthinkable
"The formula on display here - reported vignettes, grand theorizing, surprising juxtapositions - will be familiar to readers of Thomas L. Friedman and Malcolm Gladwell, and Ramo executes it with verve." "Gary Rosen, New York Times Book Review""
"Former foreign editor of "Time," Ramo pushes the reader into uncomfortable yet exhilarating places with controversial ways of thinking about global challenges...Persuasively argued...[Ramo's] revelatory work argues that there must be some audacity in thinking before there can be any audacity of hope." "Publishers Weekly (starred review)""
"[Ramo's] provocative new book...does a nimble job of showing how such theories shed light on the current political and economic climate while avoiding the worst pitfalls...[he] has managed, in this stimulating volume, to make the reader seriously contemplate the alarming nature of a rapidly changing world." "Michiko Kukatani, The New York Times ""