A World Transformed

Bush George, Scowcroft Brent

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Cover Type: Softcover
Book Condition: Fine
Jacket Condition: None Issued
Publisher: Vintage Books/Random House Inc
Publisher Place: New York
Publisher Year: 1998
Edition: First Edition

Description: 590 pages. Book appears to have hardly been read and is in Fine condition throughout. Among The Finest Expositions Of Modern American Foreign Policy....An Excellent Book

Publishers Description: "The most important book yet written about the end of the Cold War." -The New York Tmes Book Review "Among the finest expositions of modern American foreign policy. . . . An excellent book."  -Eugene V. Rostow, The Wall Street JournalIt was a pivotal administration in the history of American foreign policy--for during George Bush's presidency a series of international events took place that had a profound impact on the course of America and on the future of world diplomacy.          In A World Transformed, Mr. Bush and his national security advisor, Brent Scowcroft, provide a fascinating account of a president and an administration faced with unprecedented obstacles and unrivaled opportunities as they forged a foreign policy at the end of the Cold War. Solidarity comes to power in Poland. East and West Germans dance on the wall that separated them for half a century. And on Christmas Day, 1991, the hammer-and-sickle flag descends from the Kremlin for the last time.         It is also a candid analysis of a new chapter in foreign affairs, when the United States led an international alliance to confront the threat presented by Saddam Hussein and presented a dynamic response to the Tiananmen crisis. Balanced and intelligent, A World Transformed offers a landmark treatise on American foreign policy and international diplomacy from two of its principal architects."Reveals not only a wealth of detail about the main lines of foreign policy at the highest level during a most portentous period of our history, but also of the truly admirable characters of the men who made it."      -The Philadelphia Inquirer"In a strong new book, the ex-president recalls dangerous days. . . . It should leave little doubt how lucky we were that we had such a seasoned hand on the tiller at a time when foreign policy really counted."  -Michael R. Beschloss, Newsweek

ISBN: 9780679752592

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590 pages. Book appears to have hardly been read and is in Fine condition throughout. Among The Finest Expositions Of Modern American Foreign Policy....An Excellent Book

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