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Isaacson's books do a good job of giving the reader a well rounded perspective of his subjects.
As Walter Isaacson will tell you, Kissinger is the sort of man who will draw polar reactions from people-- you either love him or hate him.
From this book,the reader will learn how Dr. Kissinger skillfully applied three techniques in his diplomatic endeavors.
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 13 hours ago by Emre Cirik
Just began reading this and am loving each page. I had met wit Dr. Kissinger in Washington, D C during Vietnam War when my husband was a POW (7.5 years). Read morePublished 1 month ago by Patsy R. Crayton
Isaacson does an outstanding job examining this world leader from the requisite multiple perspectives, offering what comes across as an objective, often critical yet not... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Simon Brightman
Isaacson is a great biographer. My favorites are Franklin or Einstein, but this book is a great and provides great historical insight into a complex man.Published 5 months ago by A. Steagall
Very easy reading . Details are great and give a good insight into Kissinger's thinking. I always admired Kissinger and even more so now. Read morePublished 5 months ago by SusieQ
While I like most of Isaaccon's books this one is a slow read.
I'm sorry that I can't give it a higher rating.