Few books will set the hair on fire and make us stand to attention as will this book.
Kaplan warns, "A long period of peace in an advanced technological society like ours could lead to great evils."
This is a very good book, but it is composed of previously published articles with one addition at the end.
Brilliant work and analyses. Very well worth reading even though it's somewhat dated written in the 1990's. One of his best books.Published 1 month ago by Bruce Key
A must read to get a handle on today's events and future potential problems.Published 2 months ago by thomas brobyn
I throughly enjoyed the The Coming Anarchy. I love Robert Kaplan's books.Published 4 months ago by Jim Duffy
The book is dated (written in the 90's) but almost Prophetic into today's problems with the lack of superpowers. I highly recommend this book. It is time less.Published 5 months ago by alfred anderson
Book arrived quickly and at a great price. Kaplan is a great writer and this book is a great read. Very informative and written by a guy that knows what he's talking about.Published 8 months ago by The Dude13
Kaplan's writing understandably is off-putting for some people; he contemplates a wide range of long-term strategic interests and changes in the global landscape in a rather small... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Zach
If you've ever wondered why the middle east and Africa are so dysfunctional you have to read Kaplan. He knows what is happening and has talent for writing it in a story. Read morePublished 10 months ago by NH Outdoorsman
The book is a collection of articles that Kaplan wrote in the nineties. I frequently read books about international affairs, but this one I keep re-reading. Read morePublished 16 months ago by A. G. Macomber