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Confront and Conceal - E-bok - David E Sanger () | BokusNow, just as the presidential election battle begins, Sanger follows up with an eye-opening, news-packed account of how Obama has dealt with those challenges, relying on innovative weapons and reconfigured tools of American power to try to manage a series of new threats. Read more Read less. Shop now. Customers who bought this item also bought. Page 1 of 1 Start over Page 1 of 1. Making the Unipolar Moment: U. The Limits of Partnership: U.
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Sanger Random House, Henry Kissinger, although he never held office during the sort of financial crisis that one can confidently predict will decisively influence American foreign policy for decades to come, often worried about a recurrent cycle whereby the United States over-committed its resources and power around the world and then retreated too fully back to its own shores. Sanger is the chief Washington correspondent for The New York Times , and hence impeccably connected — although as with all such works of reportage, we cannot help but wonder connected to who, and which sides of the story his connections omit to mention. The result is a series of vignettes, stories of how the administration responded to crises and opportunities as they arose around the world — in other words, not a bad insight into the way that American presidents usually make national security decisions, especially in times of domestic crisis. If the book has an overarching theme, then it is that the Obama administration made national security policy in recognition of the fact that the U.
Is the United States at war with Iran? The stunning revelations by Mr. He persuasively shows that under Mr. Specifically, in and the software threw off the balance of centrifuges at the Natanz nuclear enrichment center. It did so in a variety of unpredictable ways, making it at first seem like the problems were random or the result of Iranian incompetence. The key to getting inside the computers — which were not connected to the Internet — was to load the virus into thumb drives that Iranian nuclear technicians, perhaps unknowingly, would bring to work and plug into the computer systems there.