On the Prospects of World Order

Henry Kissinger’s World Order poses a timely question: How does the world achieve peace and stability among actors whose definition of “order” varies? Kissinger contends that a successful approach to world order must incorporate both the “multifariousness of the human condition” and the “ingrained human quest for freedom.”

Bryan D. Griffin
October 01, 2014

A Review of World Order by Henry Kissinger
(New York: Penguin Press, 2014), 420 pages.