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  • Insightful and balanced

    I first read Kilcullen when he published his book on the War on Terror. Stumbling across this from my library was a delight. What I enjoyed and found most shocking was how relatively far back Russian and Chinese perception has been shaped of the West. The effect of the USSR's breakup and the Belgrade Chinese embassy bombings reverberated longer than I thought they would. Kilcullen could have expanded this more in this book, as well as including more on how the West's view of China and Russia has also been shaped. But that woul likely be another book.

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