Kissinger's Counsel

In his new book World Order, the former Secretary of State offers a sweeping guide to the rise of the modern state system, and warns that a stable balance of power remains as crucial now as in the era of Westphalia.

Issue: September-October 2014

Henry Kissinger, World Order (New York: Penguin, 2014), 432 pp., $36.00.

 

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