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This book is an essential primer on what ought to be our foreign policy outlook for the Age of Obama. Well-written, brief, and prescriptive.Published on January 5, 2009 by Rufio
Anatol Lieven and John Hulsman have written a text, albeit a short 180 fairly small pages, that challenges much of the irrational, impracticable, and immoral tenants of American... Read morePublished on September 14, 2008 by Robert W. Smith
I just finished reading Ethical Realism. The authors of this book attempt to compare the problems faced by Presidents Truman and Eisenhower with the modern problems facing the... Read morePublished on March 29, 2008 by Major Scarlet
Reviewed by Muhammed Hassanali
Lieven and Hulsman provide a framework for crafting contemporary foreign policy. Read more
and since i'm not an expert - found it difficult to follow until i got into the author's pattern. They take a position - anti administration - then offer an alternative - then... Read morePublished on July 19, 2007 by J. jingozian
Should we let facts get in the way of our daydreams?
This is a question posed by Anatol Lieven and John Hulsman early in this book. And, of course, their answer is yes. Read more
America faces a more complicated world than ever, but both political parties have failed to develop a foreign policy to address the increasing crises overseas. Read morePublished on April 9, 2007 by Midwest Book Review
simply eye opening. If you can read this book and still support the Bush propaganda machine then i guess nothing will change your mind.Published on March 8, 2007 by Cameron L. Erickson
Besides the WMD fiasco, the United States entered the war with Iraq holding several misconceptions. Perhaps the biggest was that the people of Iraq would be ready to assume the... Read morePublished on February 25, 2007 by John Matlock