Here in one volume are two of Richard Nixon's most incisive works on American foreign policy. In Real Peace, Nixon argues that lasting peace can only be achieved through "hard-headed détente"—a pragmatic mixture of military preparedness, effective arms control, and improved East-West economic ties. In No More Vietnams, he analyzes America's military involvement in Southeast Asia—including his own role as commander-in-chief from 1969 to 1974—and calls for a new American approach to conflicts in the Third World.
Real Peace 1984
No More Vietnams 1987