"This small gem of a book, written by a highly respected foreign policy practitioner, is filled to overflowing with insights into how policies are made and implemented. It should be required reading for all students of foreign affairs."―Stapleton Roy, Former U.S. ambassador to China, Indonesia, and Singapore
"Benefiting from his rich experience in Asian matters and particularly his service on President Obama's National Security Council, Ambassador Bader has produced a fascinating description of the complexity of daily decisionmaking required of the national security team, ranging from organizing agendas and follow-up for innumerable meetings by the president with heads of state to responding to crises such as the earthquake and tsunami in Japan. Anyone interested in foreign policy, particularly regarding Asia, will find this highly readable account fascinating."―Carla Hills, Hills and Company International Consultants, former U.S. Trade Representative
"An exemplary analysis of U.S. policy toward Asia during the early years of the Obama administration, Obama and China's Rise is also a seasoned policymaker's firsthand account of the way in which domestic political factors impinge on our relations with China, Japan, Korea, and other East Asian countries."―Michael Armacost, Chairman of the Asia Foundation, former U.S. ambassador to Japan
Jeffrey A. Bader is a visiting scholar with the John L. Thornton China Center at the Brookings Institution. He returned to Brookings after serving in the Obama administration as senior director for East Asian affairs on the National Security Council from January 2009 to April 2011. Before his appointment to the Obama administration, Bader was the first director of the John L. Thornton China Center at Brookings, where he was also a senior fellow in the Foreign Policy program. He brings profound expertise and over thirty years of experience in U.S. foreign policy and Asian security.
Great appraisal of contemporary foreign policy from the architect of Sino-American Relations for Obama.Published 1 month ago by zACH ELKIN
US real policies are not explained well.Suddenly the rise of nationalism in Japan,US-Japan common maritime exercises,,US Pressure in differenrt energy lines that goes troguh... Read morePublished 11 months ago by hasan Köni