Ordine mondiale

Ordine mondiale Un ordine mondiale veramente globale cio un assetto delle relazioni internazionali riconosciuto e condiviso da tutti gli Stati non mai esistito nella storia perch le diverse civilt hanno sempre con
  • Title: Ordine mondiale
  • Author: Henry Kissinger
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  • Ordine mondiale
    Un ordine mondiale veramente globale, cio un assetto delle relazioni internazionali riconosciuto e condiviso da tutti gli Stati, non mai esistito nella storia, perch le diverse civilt hanno sempre considerato la propria cultura e le proprie leggi le uniche universalmente valide Cos ogni epoca stata caratterizzata dalla supremazia di una o pi potenze egemoni che hUn ordine mondiale veramente globale, cio un assetto delle relazioni internazionali riconosciuto e condiviso da tutti gli Stati, non mai esistito nella storia, perch le diverse civilt hanno sempre considerato la propria cultura e le proprie leggi le uniche universalmente valide Cos ogni epoca stata caratterizzata dalla supremazia di una o pi potenze egemoni che hanno cercato di imporre, nelle rispettive zone d influenza, il proprio modello di organizzazione politica e statuale, con esiti pi o meno duraturi, ma comunque sempre transitori Lo dimostra l attuale sistema unipolare a guida statunitense, affermatosi ormai da un quarto di secolo, che dopo aver tentato di esportare su scala planetaria i principi della democrazia e del libero mercato, sembra avviato verso un inarrestabile declino Ad affermarlo non un politologo estremista e antioccidentale, bens Henry Kissinger, che del potere americano e della vittoria sull Unione Sovietica nella guerra fredda stato uno dei maggiori artefici, nelle vesti di consigliere per la Sicurezza nazionale e di segretario di Stato Per giungere a questa conclusione e per scrutare nuovi possibili scenari, Kissinger rivisita momenti cruciali della storia mondiale del secondo dopoguerra, riflette sul futuro dei rapporti tra Stati Uniti e Cina, esamina le conseguenze dei conflitti in Iraq e Afghanistan, analizza i negoziati nucleari con l Iran, le reazioni dell Occidente alla Primavera araba e le tensioni con la Russia sull Ucraina E rivolge all Europa uno sguardo preoccupato il processo di superamento degli Stati nazionali, infatti, non ha creato un nuovo soggetto politico, ma un vuoto di autorit interno e una debolezza ai confini, mentre nella vicina regione mediorientale le strutture governative centrali si dissolvono in una miriade di scontri su basi etniche e confessionali E allora, quale sar il nuovo ordine mondiale E chi ne avr la leadership Certamente, sostiene Kissinger, l America manterr un ruolo geopolitico di primo piano, ma dovr imparare a svolgerlo di concerto, oltre che con i tradizionali alleati, anche con i nuovi attori affacciatisi prepotentemente sulla ribalta internazionale, sviluppando insieme a tutte le nazioni protagoniste della vita internazionale una seconda cultura globale, strutturale e giuridica che trascenda gli interessi particolari e rispetti profondamente la storia e la cultura di ogni paese.
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  • Henry Kissinger

    Henry Alfred Kissinger born Heinz Alfred Kissinger is a German born American bureaucrat, diplomat, and 1973 Nobel Peace Prize laureate He served as National Security Advisor and later concurrently as Secretary of State in the Richard Nixon administration Kissinger emerged unscathed from the Watergate scandal, and maintained his powerful position when Gerald Ford became President.A proponent of Realpolitik, Kissinger played a dominant role in United States foreign policy between 1969 and 1977 During this period, he pioneered the policy of d tente.During his time in the Nixon and Ford administrations he cut a flamboyant figure, appearing at social occasions with many celebrities His foreign policy record made him a nemesis to the anti war left and the anti communist right alike.

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  • Love him or hate him, Kissinger is a giant in international relations I thoroughly enjoyed this book in the audio format Kissinger centers on Europe and later America, but he includes the Chinese, Iran, and Islam in general There can be little doubt on where the father of American Realism stands on history and the issues Westphalia was perhaps the greatest milestone in Western history Unlike China, which viewed itself as the center of the world, or Islam, which fought for homogenized society, Eu [...]


  • I approached this book with a little trepidation My two previous experiences with Kissinger s earlier books were Diplomacy, which I found pithy, insightful and very enlightening and his three volume memoirs which I found to be overwhelming in their level of detail and which eventually defeated my best efforts to read them Which Kissinger would be the author of World Order I worried unnecessarily World Order is a master class on Foreign Affairs given by a virtuoso on the subject Kissinger s grasp [...]


  • Throughout his extensive tenure as a politician and a public intellectual, Dr Henry Kissinger has become something like the high priest of realism In his decades of consulting and eight years of holding power, Kissinger has consistently advocated the use of the balance of power and the maintenance of an international order as the chief goals of a foreign policy, and that adherence to a moral vision alone as the foundation for a grand strategy leads to detrimental results This latter point is a u [...]


  • I do not share many opinions with Kissinger and he will not be very troubled to hear this but given that he has played such an important part in world politics, and has been directly engaged in decisions as serious as war and peace, it is well worth while to see the myths by which he lives The first two chapters set out his understanding of power politics No truly global world order has ever existed What passes for order in our time was devised in Western Europe nearly four centuries ago at a pe [...]


  • This book has a deep knowledge and eloquence about the history of foreign policy and diplomacy But its analysis of recent events is rendered treacly by his almost embarrassing unwillingness to say a bad word about any modern president and particularly those who have asked him for advice and counsel Of course, this is the man who was famous for his withering comments about almost everybody and everything, so this gently gently approach not only rings false but robs his comments of any real punch [...]


  • As an Indian, I was taught to despise Henry Kissinger much before I knew anything about him This is strongly rooted in his insults of Indira Gandhi, Indians and support of Pakistan during the Bangladesh Liberation War The reason I picked up this book is because Hillary Clinton called Kissinger a friend at some point during the US presidential election campaigns This lead to a bunch of paralysing analyses and opinion pieces on the statement Surely, he couldn t have been entirely the monster he ha [...]


  • This is a book that begs to be studied, not just read Kissinger has spent his career thinking about world order and in this book he looks both forward and back, eliminating much of the static in the view we have of historical events The result is a clear outline of national interests, power, and its balance through recent history, centered especially on the U.S perspective, its intents and its perceived responsibilities The discussion is helpful, and useful However, in eliminating the noise from [...]


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  • Henry Kissinger requires no introduction but here it is anyway Kissinger is among the most astute participants in the foreign policy debates of the 20th and early 21st centuries He has been at the table throughout the post WWII Russian acquisition of eastern Europe, the Cuban Missile crisis, the Cold War, the collapse and potential re emergence of Russian strength, and the new Islamist disruptions in the Middle East As Nixon s Secretary of State he played a central role in the early1970s America [...]




  • A certain fellow reader was recently so right in a recommendation that I rushed to this.Prematurely.Now, it s not Dr Kissinger s fault that I ve studied Europe and India and China, and learned about Westphalia and the Arthashastra and George Macartney s embassy to China, and didn t need to hear about it again But, frankly, anyone reading Kissinger shouldn t be new to these ideas and so there s not a lot of original material or even analysis here Balance of power, American exceptionalism, contemp [...]


  • In general, the book was below my expectations and what it s title suggests The first chapters on Europe, its history is thoroughly explained and I learned a lot of interesting facts The same goes for last chapters on American Presidents, their doctrines and visions which I liked a lot.However, the middle of the book is of the poor value The author goes briefly on Middle East and Asia there is a lot of take and leave of subjects without really giving a sense of it Given the actuality, I would ex [...]


  • A book I bought upon release only to be deeply disappointed While a veteran diplomat cannot but have interesting observations to make about the post Soviet world, there is free speculation here than in the meticulous Diplomacy




  • Kissinger can write a book His wisdom and depth of understanding are phenomenal He discusses the concept of world order Or what we perceive as world order based off of the Westphalian system of states from 1648 Now we progress through that of empires and their disintegration after World War I What next reality not much except a hiatus of hostilities which broke out fully in World War II The next great phase is that of the Cold War, NATO, the rise of the oil states, and the post colonial era wher [...]


  • As oppose to many mainstream media many regards Kissinger as a war criminal The architect of many US backed coup and war around the world especially during his tenure as national security advisor during Nixon s presidency The most memorable and shameful of all was the US war in Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia, which minimum estimate put the death toll at at least 4 million people.Having this fact in mind, it is a hypocrite at a maximum level when in the book, Kissinger mark US role in the global orde [...]


  • Excellent beginning astute historical analysis, especially regarding the evolutionary nature of the balancing of power, legitimacy, and order in Europe from the seventeenth century Peace of Westphalia, through the Congress of Vienna in the wake of Napoleon s wars, up to collapse of order with the First World War Kissinger is at his weakest in presenting a shockingly whitewashed and rhetorically idealistic foundation of United States concept of order as Acting for All Mankind a cherry picked, fe [...]


  • My expectations of Kissinger as a writer were shaped by an interaction in Woodward and Bernstein s Final Days where he commends the analysis of one of his underlings but supposedly says that it is too complicated for Pres Nixon to understand, that the document in question needed to be at Reader s Digest level for Nixon to be able to process it.Therefore, I expected Kissinger to be both difficult to read and condescending Perhaps the quote was inaccurate, perhaps it represented a moment of snarky [...]


  • Jako prvn knihu Henryho Kissingera jsem etl Um n diplomacie Trochu jsem se b l, aby se to nep ekr valo N co zopakoval co nen na kody , ale jin mi slovy Zat mco v knize Um n diplomacie se v nuje i star historii kardin l Richelieu, napoleonsk v lky , tak v t to knize se zam uje v c na dobu od vestf lsk ho urovn n a po konflikty 21 stolet.Ur it mi kniha roz ila obzory V ci, kter jsem znal, brilantn popsal a uk zal mi je v dal ch souvislostech A samoz ejm mi uk zal spoustu v c , kter jsem neznal v b [...]


  • Although not quite a magnum opus from Dr Kissinger, World Order is perhaps a well timed update of his previous reflections on the interaction of states, notably Diplomacy and Does America Need a Foreign Policy For seasoned scholars of International Relations, World Order offers little new, however, it does synergise all the contemporary issues of today s world into one very readable volume.Dr Kissinger begins with an explanation of the Peace of Westphalia, which forms the backbone of the book Al [...]


  • Skewed The book promotes an American propaganda view of world history in pursuit of World order for instance, For Mr Henry, Iran was in love with US politics, until their revolution Then they changed the course, but now we Iran and US have to get back together As if the revolution, was not in fact to get rid of this love affair , or that the current Iran is still in revolution against the whole world order Even though, in many sections of the book Mr Henry showed a great deal of insight, but alw [...]



  • Henry Kissinger, former US foreign minister and diplomat, puts down to words how he thinks the current world order came about This may not be the most balanced account on international politics, it doesn t claim to be, however, it offers a superb sweep across recent political history Kissinger introduces the reader to how for example the Napoleonic Wars or the American Civil War changed the views of the great powers about how to establish a permanent, and peaceful, world order The read is genera [...]



  • On repose le dernier livre de Henry Kissinger avec deux sentiments contradictoires l admiration respectueuse et la g ne persistante D un c t , cette brillante fresque de trois si cles et demi d histoire diplomatique et les analyses visionnaires de l actualit internationale qui la prolongent ne peuvent que susciter l admiration A quatre vingt dix ans pass s, Henry Kissinger est un monstre sacr des relations internationales il en fut l un des acteurs les plus influents aux temps de l administratio [...]


  • I am not sure what I expected when I purchased this book I mean, I know exactly who Kissinger is, what he stood for and how, so when it comes to his perspective on international relations his voice deserves respect no matter what Now, the book is extremely valuable in providing an overview of what people like him understand as the world order , in providing a summary of important historical moments and forces that shaped the world order focusing especially on the Treaty of Westphalia and its her [...]


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