EBOOK BOOK The White House Years 1968 72 by Henry Kissinger – doctorio.us
Relationships with European countries simmering issues in the Middle East the India Pakistan crisis of 1971 and Chile Interspersed throughout all of the chapters are his assessments of the leaders that he was dealing with their strengths laws tendencies and negotiating strategies This is obviously Kissinger s view of history and certainly
nobody comes out looking better than he does He mentions his ego so reuently that I think it comes out looking better than he does He mentions his ego so reuently that I think it became a character in the book He does admit to vanity in several instances specifically concerning his Mystify (Mystyx, fightor attention and prominence with Secretary of State William Rogers He also admits times when he was wrong and he does give ample credit to other individuals on several occasions Ellsworth Bunker Nixon Chou En Lai Dean Acheson Melvin on several occasions Ellsworth Bunker Nixon Chou En Lai Dean Acheson Melvin John Connally to name a ew For me the most interesting parts of the book dealt with the Vietnamese peace negotiations excruciating to be sure I am not sure how anyone could have withstood the intense daily pressure that Kissinger and many others were subjected to and. Et negotiations with the North Vietnamese in Paris to end the Vietnam War the Jordan crisis of 1970 the India Pakistan war of 1971 his back channel and ace to ace negotiations with Soviet leaders to limit
the nuclear arms race his secret journey to China and the historic summit meetings in nuclear arms race his secret journey to China and the historic summit meetings in and Beijing in 1972 He covers major controversies of the period including events in Laos and Cam. .
Reading Kissinger s three memoirs was perfect to reflect 45 years Also it is a great way to evaluate today s paradigms to our paradigms of 45 years ago Also reading his P.I. Daddys Personal Mission (The Coltons of Montana, first memoir 1968 1972 last gives one a real different perspective Everyone should read this now You might learn something that our media tells us different today Read that book in US history in college You can read it like a novel Wow reading this bookelt like I was taking a graduate level college course on American Say Youll Stay And Marry Me foreign policy and diplomacy A massive tome by Kissinger one of the heavyweights of the Nixon and Ford Administrations Incredibly the 1476 pages only takes the reader up the end of theirst Rafaellos Mistress four years of his tenure as National Security Advisor I liked how Kissinger divided this book up by year but within the year by subject matter or specificallyor this venture by country He deftly moves between trying to conclude the Vietnam War establishing relationships with the USSR and China arranging ground breaking summits in both of those Communist controlled countries. Kissinger’s invaluable and lasting
contribution to the history of this crucial time One of the most important books to to the history of this crucial time One of the most important books to out of the Nixon Administration White House Years covers Henry Kissinger’s The Boleyn King (The Boleyn Trilogy, firstour years 1969–1973 as Assistant to the President or
National Security Affairs Among the momentous events recounted in this irst volume of Kissinger’s timeless memoirs Security Affairs Among the momentous events recounted in this Another Day of Life first volume of Kissinger’s timeless memoirs his secr. His observations about Richard Nixon I thought he was surprisinglyorthcoming about their relationship and he paints a well What Would You Like? formed portrait of a tortured lonely paranoid man Reading about Nixonrom Kissinger s viewpoint helps to understand why his presidency disintegrated shortly after the period that this book covers Overall essential reading Narcissus in Chains (Anita Blake, Vampire Hunter, for anyone specifically interested in US diplomacyoreign policy Cold War history Vietnam War history
Or The Nixon Presidency Ok So This Is How You the Nixon presidency Ok so this is how you a 1400 page book without wasting people s time Noticed that someone rated it two stars saying that it s a Cinderella for a Night (36 Hours, five star book asar as historic record but Friend Foe for regularolk a 2 star endeavor Well that s the very reason why that there are extraordinary people like the Author Of This Book Living The Most of this book living the most life one can ever imagine and making history of the human race life one can ever imagine and making history of the human race one of the most exciting periods of human history and there are regular The Longevity Diet folks writing reviews that make no sense and yet still uestioning the wisdom or legacy of theormer kind. Bodia his “peace is at hand” press conference and the breakdown of talks with the North Vietnamese that led to the Christmas bombing in 1972 Throughout Kissinger presents candid portraits of world leaders including Richard Nixon Anwar Sadat Golda Meir Jordan’s King Hussein Leonid Brezhnev Chairman Mao and Chou En lai Willy Brandt Charles de Gaulle and many others White House Years is Hen.