Thursday, January 05, 2006

# Posted 11:08 PM by Ariel David Adesnik  

THE BEST-SELLING BOOKS ABOUT FOREIGN POLICY IN 2005: Foreign Affairs, in cooperation with Barnes & Noble, has come up with a list of the Top 20. I must admit that I haven't read a single one of them, with the exception of the first 100 pages of the 9/11 report. But I do know which one I would read if I had the time: The Assasins' Gate, by George Packer.
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I only have the second book on the list. Not to be picky, but, its just a montly list of the top selling books on foreign policy and international affairs. Took me a minute to realize that as I scrolled down the list and thought that the FA crowd was infested with big plot conspiracy theorists.
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