This is one of the most compelling books I have read this year.
The book is as interesting for its idealized picture of communist accomplishments in foreign relations as it is for the dreary picture of Americans abroad.
If only our policy makers would take time to understand what the authors were telling us, the world situation may be better off.
Very informative book. Even though it was written years ago some of it applies still.Published 6 days ago by Sara-Sue Madson
Required Reading for US foreign policy class, ended up really liking it.Published 2 months ago by Jameson Pietrowski
I loved this book. It makes you think a little bit differently and look at life at many different angles. The book is entertaining as well as intelligent.Published 2 months ago by Kal Parso
Item was exactly as advertised and it arrived quickly. Perfect purchasing experience.Published 3 months ago by Andrew Francis Martin
This book was required reading by Americans in Viet Nam in 1963. The book was important for the diplomatic corps, but it didn’t seem to make a difference in their behavior. Read morePublished 4 months ago by kathyd
I first read this book in the summer of 1962. At the same time I started a lifetime habit of maintaining a list of the books I have read. This book is number one on the list. Read morePublished 5 months ago by John P. Jones III
Even today, a must read for any American getting ready to work abroad.Published 7 months ago by Stephen Denoms
Still a great read, however, it appears that the United States has not learned a lot, it still thinks itself the top dog.Published 7 months ago by Carroll D. James
Honestly, one of the best books I have ever read. It should be required reading for any student of political science, particularly for those wishing to work in the US State... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Princess Tigerlily