New York : W.W. Norton, 1996.
LibraryThing member RTS1942
Less interesting than his earlier works. He describes his continuing adherence to the principal of getting along with the Soviet Union, particularly his emphasis on disarmament. He disagreed strongly with Reagan's SDI project, never seeming to realize that Reagan was not out to end the Cold War, he was out to win the Cold War. SDI was the final straw in the bankruptcy of the Soviet Union, yet Kennan seems to be unwilling to draw that conclusion, possibly because it would have undermined the proposals he had been advocating for years.