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  • Power Rulesby PhD Leslie H. Gelb

    HarperCollins 2009; US$ 11.99

    ?Fluent, well-timed, provocative. . . . Filled with gritty, shrewd, specific advice on foreign policy ends and means. . . . Gelb?s plea for greater strategic thinking is absolutely right and necessary.? ? The New York Times Book Review ?Few Americans know the inner world of American foreign policy?its feuds, follies, and fashions?as well as Leslie... more...

  • The Real and the Idealby Anthony Lake; David Ochmanek; Leslie H. Gelb

    Rowman & Littlefield Publishers 2001; US$ 74.99

    A teacher, scholar, practitioner, and publicist, Richard Ullman has been a unique and influential figure in U.S. foreign and security policy over the past forty years. This volume, created on the initiative of some of Ullman's most accomplished former students, is less a summing up of his work than a sort of intellectual kaleidoscope held up to his... more...

  • The Irony of Vietnamby Leslie H. Gelb; Richard K. Betts; Fareed Zakaria

    Brookings Institution Press 2016; US$ 24.99

    "If a historian were allowed but one book on the American involvement in Vietnam, this would be it." Foreign Affairs When first published in 1979, four years after the end of one of the most divisive conflicts in the United States, The Irony of Vietnam raised eyebrows. Most students of the war argued that the United States had "stumbled into... more...

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