Diplomacy: The History of Diplomacy and the Balance of Power Hardcover – 1 Apr 1994
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Henry Alfred Kissinger was a member of the faculty of Harvard University.
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13 February 2016
Format: HardcoverVerified Purchase
Still haven't finished this, Kissinger writes with such weight - but his writing style is inimitable. I would recommend this for anyone who wants to know about the history of Europe in particular. If you want a lighter read (this book is enormous), I suggest you read kissiingers 'World Order' book. It bascially goes over the same things but with lighter analysis.
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Reader’s Digest version available? Dense. Felt clever buying it. Don’t feel so clever now as I only lasted half a page.
Here, South America is an inexpedient. Given Kissinger's status as one of the greatest 20th-century war criminals in this context perhaps it's naive to expect otherwise.
I'm only on the second chapter about Cardinal Richelieu, the Hapsburgs and the 30 years war and don't read it with the same frequency as at the start.Read more
this is the 4th copy I have bought as gift and I read my self years ago. Good gift to the gentleman/woman that has almost everything
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