“Barack Obama, for one, should put it on his reading list.” —The Financial Times
“...an astute and highly informed book...” —The New York Times
“...a wonderfully illuminating and timely expose... America Between the Wars is a work you should have on your desk this summer.” —Charleston Post and Courier
“Provocative... A careful explication of why things are as they are, with all those old arguments continuing to sizzle and pop-suggestive and highly useful for those seeking to reshape policy in the near term.” —Kirkus Reviews
“...splendidly illuminating... This book will become the standard account of U.S. foreign policy in the first decade after the Cold War.” —Foreign Affairs
“A highly informative, engaging, and accessible account of the period between America’s most recent major wars—the Cold War and the War on Terror.” —Lee H. Hamilton, president and director of the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, and vice-chair of the 9/11 Commission
Host Harry Kreisler of UC Berkeley welcomes Derek Chollet and James Goldgeier on September 25 for a discussion of U.S.foreign policy from the fall of the Berlin Wall until the attack on 9/11.
Derek Chollet is interviewed August 16, 2008 by Robert Satloff on Alhurra's Inside Washington. Part I.
Derek Chollet is interviewed August 16, 2008 by Robert Satloff on Alhurra's Inside Washington. Part II.
Derek and James appear on Bloomberg's Night Talk July 28th with host Mike Schneider. Part I.
Derek and James appear on Bloomberg's Night Talk July 28th with host Mike Schneider. Part II.
Derek and James appear on Bloomberg's Night Talk July 28th with host Mike Schneider. Part III.
Reading Between The Wars - Derek Chollet argues that what came after 9/11 was very much defined by what came before it. Posted June 13 @ reuters.com >
Derek Chollet and James Goldgeier discuss their book at NDN's March 12th Forum.