Of Paradise and Power: America and Europe in the New World Order

Author:   Robert Kagan ,  Robertson Dean
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9780736696197


Publication Date:   01 July 2003
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Author:   Robert Kagan ,  Robertson Dean
Publisher:   Books on Tape
Imprint:   Books on Tape
Dimensions:   Width: 17.30cm , Height: 4.60cm , Length: 16.80cm
Weight:   0.295kg
ISBN:  

9780736696197


ISBN 10:   0736696199
Publication Date:   01 July 2003
Audience:   General/trade ,  General
Format:   Audio
Publisher's Status:   Active
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Kagan is an ideal position to dissect what is wrong in the United States-European relationship and why. He does so with a surgeon's skill, stripping away layer after layer to reveal what in the end is a remarkable conclusion. --The New York Times <br> A compact and arresting book. . . . Highly readable. It is also a hard-hitting, unsentimental and yet liberal and humane manifesto. -- The Sunday Times (London) <br> Lucid and elegant. . . . It is hard to imagine any future serious discussion of trans-Atlantic relations or America's role in the world without reference to [Of Paradise and Power]. -- The New York Times Book Review <br> Kagan is one of America's finest commentators on issues of foreign policy. He writes elegantly, has an excellent command of history and consistently demonstrates superior intelligence and insight. . . . This book could not have been more timely. --Los Angeles Times Book Review <br> I consider this one of those seminal treatises without which any discussion of European-American relations would be incomplete and which will shape that discussion for years to come. --Dr. Henry Kissinger <br> A book worthy of every thinking person on both sides of the Atlantic. It is hard to imagine so complex a subject being explained so clearly and so compellingly . . . A contribution unlikely to be equaled. -- Times Higher Education Supplement (London) For its brilliant juxtaposition of strategy and philosophy, of the realities of power and the ethics of power, of the American ideal of justice and the European ideal of peace, Robert Kagan's small book is a big book. Nothing like this has been written since the death of Raymond Aron. --Leon Weiseltier <br> Subtle and brilliant. -- The New Republic<br> <br> Cogent and important best describe this slim book, its lack of vast pages belying the weightiness of its message. . . . Controversial arguments, certainly, but this book deserves to be read by all conscientious citizens.


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