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"The best soccer book in many years."—Wall Street Journal

Game of Our Lives
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A N  A M A Z O N  B E S T 
B O O K  O F  T H E  M O N T H

“A riveting portrait of the new Russia with all its corruption, willful power, and spasms of unforgettable, poetic glamor. I couldn’t put it down.” —Tina Brown

Nothing is True
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News and Features

  • December 3, 2014 Tom Friedman's New York Times op-ed discusses David Rothkopf's new book

    "The focus on terrorism, combined with our gotcha politics, has 'killed creative thinking' in Washington, let alone anything 'aspirational' in our foreign policy." [Read more]

  • December 2, 2014 The Fortunes of Africa reviewed in the Wall Street Journal

    "Even the longtime specialist is likely to learn lots of things because of the extraordinary amount of ground the author covers." [Read more]

  • November 28, 2014 Dick Lehr's The Birth of a Nation reviewed in the Wall Street Journal

    "Lively and well-researched." [Read more]

  • November 21, 2014 The Game of Our Lives by David Goldblatt is reviewed in the Wall Street Journal

    "The best soccer book in many years." [Read more]

  • November 20, 2014 Judith Rodin's The Resilience Dividend reviewed in the Wall Street Journal

    “The rest of us will take heart that, in a world of disruption, there are ways to cope with crisis and even, perhaps, grow stronger as a result.” [Read more]

  • October 28, 2014 David Rothkopf on The Diane Rehm Show

    The author of National Insecurity discusses how the past decade of American policies abroad has left the U.S. without a clear sense of identity and direction. [Read more]

 

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