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- Touchstone 2003; US$ 38.95
The Definitive Account Many other authors have written about what they thought happened -- or thought should have happened -- in Vietnam, but it was Henry Kissinger who was there at the epicenter, involved in every decision from the long, frustrating negotiations with the North Vietnamese delegation to America's eventual extrication from the war.... more...
- Simon & Schuster 2001; US$ 21.99
In this timely, thoughtful, and important book, at once far-seeing and brilliantly readable, America's most famous diplomatist explains why we urgently need a new and coherent foreign policy and what our foreign policy goals should be in the post-Cold War world of globalization. Dr. Henry Kissinger covers the wide range of problems facing the United... more...
- Simon & Schuster 2003; US$ 32.99
By drawing upon hitherto unpublished transcripts of his telephone conversations during the Yom Kippur War (1973) and the last days of the Vietnam War (1975), Henry Kissinger reveals what goes on behind the scenes at the highest levels in a diplomatic crisis. The two major foreign policy crises in this book, one successfully negotiated, one that ended... more...
- Penguin Publishing Group 2011; US$ 20.00
"Fascinating, shrewd . . . The book deftly traces the rhythms and patterns of Chinese history." ?Michiko Kakutani, The New York Times In this sweeping and insightful history, Henry Kissinger turns for the first time at book length to a country he has known intimately for decades and whose modern relations with the West he helped shape. On China... more...
- Simon & Schuster 2011; US$ 28.00
Perhaps the best-known American diplomatist of the twentieth century, Henry Kissinger is a major figure in world history, winner of the Nobel Peace Prize, and arguably one of the most brilliant minds ever placed at the service of American foreign policy, as well as one of the shrewdest, best-informed, and most articulate men ever to occupy a position... more...
- Simon & Schuster 2011; US$ 28.00
This second volume of Henry Kissinger?s monumental memoirs covers his years as President Richard Nixon?s Secretary of State (1972?1974), including the ending of the Vietnam War, the 1973 Middle East War and oil embargo, Watergate, and Nixon?s resignation. Years of Upheaval opens with Dr. Kissinger being appointed Secretary of State. Among other... more...
- Simon & Schuster 2011; US$ 35.99
Kissinger?s invaluable and lasting contribution to the history of this crucial time. One of the most important books to come out of the Nixon Administration, White House Years covers Henry Kissinger?s first four years (1969?1973) as Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs. Among the momentous events recounted in this first volume... more...
- Simon & Schuster UK 2011; US$ 25.99
This monumental work, covering Kissinger's first four years (1969-1973) as Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs and President Nixon's closest advisor on foreign policy, is one of the most significant books to come out of the Nixon administration. Among the countless moments Kissinger recalls in White House Years are his first... more...
- Penguin Books Ltd 2011; US$ 20.78
For more than twenty years after the Communist Revolution in 1949, China and most of the western world had no diplomats in each others' capitals and no direct way to communicate. Then, in July 1971, Henry Kissinger arrived secretly in Beijing on a mission which quickly led to the reopening of relations between China and the West and changed the course... more...