Notes from the Edge
William Perry’s new memoir aims to sound the alarm about a rebirth of the nuclear threat. But his book lacks the sensationalism that might have attracted a wider audience.
Dueling memoirs, one by Chris Hill and the other by Emma Sky, illuminate the Iraqi darkness when read together.
Cool Hand Brent
A new biography of Brent Scowcroft captures some of the man the author once worked for, but only some.
A Realist Raised from the Dead
Everywhere, the President’s foreign policy has miscarried. Does The Prince have any advice that might yet rescue the situation, and with it the President’s power?