Aaron Friedberg

Not All “Teams of Rivals” Are Made the Same: China’s Disastrously Divided Leadership
November 13, 2012

This year’s succession of power has been far from smooth. China’s political elite is clearly divided against itself.

The Unrealistic Realist
July 13, 2011

On China By Henry Kissinger (Penguin, 586 pp., $36) Henry Kissinger may be the most influential figure in the making of American foreign policy since the end of World War II, and he is certainly the most prolific. Since stepping down as secretary of state in 1977, Kissinger has written eight books, totaling more than seven thousand pages and several million words. And this is to say nothing of the five books he wrote before attaining high office, and the innumerable articles, essays, and speeches he has produced since.