War, Intelligence, and Honesty: A Review Essay
Robert Jervis analyzes what the memoirs of George Tenet and Douglas Feith tell us about themselves and about the Bush administration’s war on terror and war in Iraq. He argues that as accounts of failures, they have the difficult task of defending without seeming defensive, and in the end are as important for what they reveal inadvertently as for the information they mean to convey.
America Abroad: The United States’ Global Role in the 21st Century, William C. Wohlforth and Stephen G. Brooks Reviewed by Robert Jervis
Introduction: Presidential Elections and Foreign Policy, Robert Jervis
Obama’s War on ISIS: But What Does This Mean?, Robert Jervismore by this author
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