In this illuminating book, Trita Parsi uncovers the full details of the diplomatic encounters between Washington and Tehran during Obama's early presidency, then discusses whether diplomacy should be the foreign policy approach of choice for the U.S. --This text refers to the Paperback edition.
If you read one book on foreign policy toward Iran all year, I strongly recommend this one.
Mr. Trita Parsi is a respected Iranian-American scholar whose previous work, "The Unholy Alliance" is a classic work on relations between the US, Iran and Israel.
One only hopes the negotiators to come, and those who make the decisions, read the book to get a good idea of what the other side is thinking.
This is an impartial explanation of the relationship between the two countries and explains how long mistrust between the two countries have become a barrier for diplomacy not to... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Khimoiddin
Provide a very objective analysis of a highly complex go political problem. It is a must read for all American who do not want us to enter into yet another war in middel eastPublished 11 months ago by steve nasiri
Trita Parsi tells the reader "the other side" - what Iran did for the U.S. while maintaining its own integrity and avoiding war-like hostility. Remember it was the U.S. Read morePublished 12 months ago by C V Finn
Excellent book, it does get a little old hearing a US official told me or information from an Iranian official, but it is understandable considering the subject of the book.Published 13 months ago by bacon_4_u
This is a good sequel to his first book "Treacherous Alliance ... ", which was ground-breaking. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Roger Green
Trita Parsa had incredible access to people on all sides of the Iranian nuclear issue. The insight provided was invaluable to learning what was at stake, when, and how one misstep... Read morePublished 18 months ago by Matthew M. Frick
Shipping was extra fast, book came in great quality. Absolutely no complaints for the seller. As far as the content, having heard a Parsi Speech I can say that I enjoyed this read... Read morePublished 19 months ago by Mar Lo