New York: Harper, 2008. First Edition. First Printing. 328, notes, index. Former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright explains how to select a first-rate foreign policy team, how to avoid the pitfalls that plagued earlier Presidents, how to ensure that decusions are successfully implemented, and how to employ the full range of tools available to a President to persuade other countries to support U.S. objectives. She also addresses the major world conflicts that are sure to be paramount over the next four years, including the confrontation with terror, Iraq, the Middle East, the control of nuclear weapons, the rise of Asia, emerging threats to democracy, and the management of U.S. relations with troublesome leaders, including Iran's Mahomoud Ahmadinejad, Venezuela's Hugo Chavez, and North Korea's Kim Jong-Il. Condition: very good, very good.
Keywords: Leadership, Politics & Govt., Foreign Relations, Terrorism, Osama bin Laden, Globalization, Human Rights, Nuclear Weapons, State Department