The authors argue that the US is simply on the wrong trajectory leading to very unpleasant outcomes.
This is the first time that I have read any of the Leveretts books, and I must say, this is going down as one of my all-time favorite books.
Anyone who wishes to expand or improve their knowledge and understanding of the middle east should definitely read this book.
I can not say enough about this book. All Americans should read this well researched book by career foreign attache and affairs officers. Read morePublished 25 days ago by Gary Mohler
Typical progressive ideology and academia with no concept of reality. When the U.S. is being attacked again, the Leveretts need to be in the front row and we will see how long they... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Jil Gordon
Mediocre!! The authors do not write as scholars but rather as people with a political agenda. Their analysis is shallow and not worth the paper it is written on.Published 2 months ago by Sojourner
Although I agree with the Leverett's that US must come to terms with Iran and recognize the Iranians right to nuclear technology, I found the book to biased toward the Islamic laws... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Parvin Darabi
The Leveretts are employed at prestigious institutions, after reading their book I wonder why. A book on avoiding war with Iran is a worthy enterprise. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Bryan Simpson
This book is certainly one of the few on the topic that approaches the question from the point of view of Tehran. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Gabriel
Truth be told, this book is amazing. It`s central premise is that the US strategy of confrontation, containment and subversion is both strategically stupid and morally... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Lars Wahl
Interesting and thought-provoking. Really,a "must read" for anyone who believes they have an open mind on Iran. blah blah blahPublished 12 months ago by Howard I Gilman
I liked both books. Enjoyed reading them. Would be interested in more similar books for future reading. I would not mind being reminded of sale such books.