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Political Science QuarterlySo-called rogue states are the subject of a great deal of fuzzy thinking in U.S. foreign policy decision making, and Litwak sets out to promote a more nuanced and sophisticated foreign policy strategy... In addition to the excellent analytical framework, Litwak provides three detailed case studies—Iraq, Iran, and North Korea... This book is a must read for analysts, policy makers, and students.
— James M. Goldgeier