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The shadow of Dean Acheson looms large in Rice’s memoir of eight years of service in the George W. Bush administration, first as national security adviser and then as secretary of state.
The Secretary of State reflects on the lessons of the past eight years.
With no Soviet threat, America has found it exceedingly difficult to define its "national interest." Foreign policy in a Republican administration should refocus the country on key priorities: building a military ready to ensure American power, coping with rogue regimes, and managing Beijing and Moscow. Above all, the next president must be comfortable with America's special role as the world's leader.
German reunification ranks high on George Bush's impressive list of foreign policy achievements. Philip Zelikow and Condoleezza Rice's engaging account reveals how American leadership won the day.