Paradise and Power : America and Europe in the New World Order Paperback
by Robert Kagan
'Come the hour, come the book... Kagan's book is neither a diatribe nor a polemic. It is a penetrating effort to shed some light on the confusion in transatlanticaffairs and to understand why Americans and Europeans are so frequently talking past each other... it ranks with Fukuyama's "The End of Civilization" and Huntingdon's "The Clash of Civilizations".' Raymond Seitz, The Times'Compact and arresting... highly readable.' Brendan Simms, Sunday Times'A very short book with a very big argument...
Kagan's book has been the talk of diplomatic circles' Observer'There is a particular intellectual pleasure to be gained form the originality and clarity of Robert Kagan's Paradise and Power...
The originality of Mr Kagan's work is not so much that it identifies the division in attitudes between America and Europe, which has now become so visible, it is the way he explains it.' Economist'Anyone who wants to discover how Europe's policy-makers look to Americans at this crucial moment should read this book.' Stephen Robinson, Daily Telegraph'The most talked-about book of the year...
Provocative... Paradise and Power is energising to read... Kagan's book has been taken as a wake-up call for European leaders' Mark Leonard, New Statesman'Brilliant... one of the most penetrating and influential accounts of European-American relations in recent years.' Timothy Garton Ash, Prospect
- Format: Paperback
- Pages: 168 pages
- Publisher: Atlantic Books
- Publication Date: 11/03/2004
- Category: International relations
- ISBN: 9781843541783