Books by Strobe Talbott

Released: Jan. 1, 2008

"Bush's policies, Talbott concludes, are 'an aberration in the evolution of American internationalism,' likely to be corrected but still liable to do much harm to the nation and the world. This book makes for lucid dissent."
Trying to get a rogue state to behave the way one likes is a messy business. It's a touch easier when the nations of the world join you. It's near impossible when you try to go it alone. Read full book review >
THE RUSSIA HAND by Strobe Talbott
Released: June 11, 2002

"Sturdy and well written: for wonks in training, as well as those nostalgic for a time of intelligent foreign policy."
An insightful evaluation, by a key player, of the Clinton administration's efforts to make an ally of America's former Russian foe. Read full book review >
AT THE HIGHEST LEVELS by Michael R. Beschloss
Released: Feb. 24, 1993

"Despite the self-serving tone of many of the diplomats interviewed: a superb early take on a watershed period in diplomatic history."
A vivid, behind-the-scenes examination of the close relationship between George Bush and Mikhail Gorbachev in the last scenes of the cold war. Read full book review >