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Isaacson's books do a good job of giving the reader a well rounded perspective of his subjects.
On some pages, one will think of railing against him; on other pages, one may well feel admiration for his strengths and accomplishments.
From this book,the reader will learn how Dr. Kissinger skillfully applied three techniques in his diplomatic endeavors.
Like his biography of Jobs, Isaacson shines here, showing how the treatment of controversial people should be handled. Read morePublished 22 days ago by Bobby Debelak
Unfortunately, I had forgotten the depth of the subject's
paranoid, destructive character. Isaacson is a brilliant
writer, but, to follow Kissinger's life and character,... Read more
I didn't enjoy this book as much as others written by Walter isaacson. I don't think there was anything wrong with the research or the writing. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Sobieski
an excellent, comprehsnvisve study that reflects considerable industry and energy aswell as intelligencePublished 3 months ago by Erwin Hargrove
This a great read for anyone who grew up during the Cold War era and the fall of Communism. Isaacson clearly explains the clash of "American Ideals" and... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
Good and insightful book, objective in large and making me to read more about us politics, worth the time and effort to finish the bookPublished 4 months ago by David Wang
An inspiring person, with a traumatic childhood, book is quite fluent, easy to understand especially for foreigners, Excited to read every single part, upto now looks pretty... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Emre Cirik