It would be mistaken to treat this book simply as an archaeological curiosity . . . [It] offers vivid testimony about British relations with America, that thorny evergreen . . . Anybody who nurses delusions that clout can be purchased in Washington by accepting its leads on foreign policy should read Greenstock for a corrective.
Max Hastings, Sunday Times
[Jeremy Greenstock] is by general acknowledgement one of the most talented diplomats of his generation. Iraq: The Cost of War amply demonstrates why.
A fascinating instruction manual for students of diplomacy and of the way we are governed.
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