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His conclusions strike me as accurate and remarkably well said.
Joseph Nye's new book on the Future of Power brings reasoned analysis to bear on anxious predictions of America's relative decline vis a vis a rising China.
His advice would certainly be useful, if it were taken to heart by the many old cold-warriors who lead government policy.
I haver only started readingt it. We are in a very busy time for us.Published 25 days ago by Harold Haight
Did a book appraisal for Nature of The Political Economy. Very interesting read. Nye really knows what he's talking aboutPublished 26 days ago by J K Roberts
Joseph Nye, for a scholar of his stature, has a pedestrian, plodding and repetitive style. His arguments also tend to run to platitudes. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Graeme P. Auton
If you are interested in global politics then this is a timely and important book. Nye gives many persuasive historical examples to support his general theme. Read morePublished 18 months ago by KG
This is a book from a patriot. Basically, Nye is repeating what he has said before in his other books. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Koo Tat Kee
When looking for a digital book, just Amazon gave me what I was looking for in terms of quality, price and easy way to get it.Published 23 months ago by Esteban Guarda
Professor Nye explains what it means in military, economic, soft and smart power. Power can mean bow and arrow to WMD. Read morePublished 24 months ago by Walter W. Ko
In his new book The Future of Power, co-founder of neo-liberalism theory Joseph S. Nye outlines a synthesis of his more than two decades of scholarship on the future of world power... Read morePublished on August 7, 2012 by Shiran Shen
Joseph Nye: as described of initiating "smart power" or "soft power" since years ago. But this is actually not a modern term, it is policy makers who are trying to create new terms... Read morePublished on July 5, 2012 by David Ip