Books by Samuel P. Huntington

Released: May 1, 2004

"A work of serious intent that is certain to arouse controversy."
Scholarly analysis of the American national identity as it has evolved over the centuries, the challenges it now faces, and the choices that lie ahead. Read full book review >
Released: Nov. 1, 1996

"Even those who share his perspective may disagree with these proposals, but Huntington should be given his due: He takes his own analysis seriously and calls for limiting Western intervention in other civilizations, a departure from the aggressive foreign policy pronouncements of his Cold War days."
This characterization of the present precarious state of the international order is provocative, scholarly, mostly objective, and an example of how to stretch a single insight into a book-length manuscript. Read full book review >