In Leadership, a New York Times best seller, Kissinger analyzes the lives of six extraordinary leaders through the distinctive strategies of statecraft they embodied. These leaders and their strategies include: Konrad Adenauer's "strategy of humility" in Germany; Charles de Gaulle's "strategy of will" in France; Richard Nixon's "strategy of equilibrium" in the United States; Anwar Sadat's "strategy of transcendence" in the Middle East; Lee Kuan Yew's "strategy of excellence" in Singapore; and Margaret Thatcher's "strategy of conviction" in Great Britain.
"An extraordinary book by former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger. In Leadership he presents a fascinating set of historical case studies and political biographies that blend the dance and the dancer, seamlessly." --James Stavridis, The Wall Street Journal
Henry Kissinger served as national security advisor and secretary of state under Richard Nixon and Gerald Ford, and has advised many other American presidents on foreign policy. He received the 1973 Nobel Peace Prize, the Presidential Medal of Freedom, and the Medal of Liberty, among other awards. He is the author of numerous books and articles on foreign policy and diplomacy, including most recently On China and World Order. Kissinger served in the US Army during the Second World War and subsequently held teaching posts in history and government at Harvard University for twenty years. He is currently chairman of Kissinger Associates, Inc., an international consulting firm.
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