Books by Philip Taubman

Released: Jan. 3, 2012

"Will the partnership prevail? Stay tuned, but hope for the best—for, they warn, '[i]f urgent steps are not taken to rein in nuclear weapons...a catastrophic attack is virtually inevitable.'"
Timely portrait of an alliance, seemingly unlikely, of former Cold War mavens now committed to nuclear disarmament. Read full book review >
Released: March 1, 2003

"Absorbing throughout, and meaty stuff for intelligence and aviation buffs."
New York Times editorial-page editor and Polk Award-winner Taubman delivers an expertly related, accessible account of a turning point in American intelligence, when on-the-ground spying gave way to a belief that technology could cure all ills. Read full book review >