Based on his own experience, Kissinger's classic explains what diplomacy is, and why, historically, the man in the street has always distrusted the ...Show synopsisBased on his own experience, Kissinger's classic explains what diplomacy is, and why, historically, the man in the street has always distrusted the whole idea. Moving from a sweeping overview of history to blow-by-blow, first-person accounts of his most secret negotiations with world leaders, the former US Secretary of State describes the ways in which the art of diplomacy and the balance of power created the world we live in.Hide synopsis
Description:As New. 8vo; 912 pages A most desirable Signed Edition in As New...As New. 8vo; 912 pages A most desirable Signed Edition in As New condition in the original shrink wrap. SIGNED by author Henry Kissinger; National Security Advisor and Secretary of State Dr. Henry Kissinger covers the history of international relations, diplomacy, and the American approach to international affairs. He was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize (along with Le Duc Tho) for the Paris Peace Accords of 1973.
Even Margaret Thatcher remarked him as the man who could plot the course of statecraft over the entire period of time, a skill that she doesn't possess! You may either hate him for what he did throughout the entire tenure as the Secretary of the United States, or love him because not many people understand diplomacy more than he does.
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