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Letters to the Next President Praise For The 1988 Edition In This Thoughtful Volume, Senator Lugar Elegantly Sets Forth His Views On The Challenges That Will Confront The Coming Administration In The Conduct Of Our Nation S Foreign Policy Henry A Kissinger A Thoughtful Set Of Foreign Policy Prescriptions By One Of The Senate S Most Thoughtful Leaders It Should Be Read By Our Next President, Even If He Is Not An Enlightened Conservative Zbigniew Brzezinski Richard Lugar S Leadership In Foreign Affairs Has Impressed Me As One Of The Soundest In Public Life Today His Book Reflects The Depth Of His Experience And Insights Max Kampelman The Next President Should Welcome And Greatly Benefit From The Responsible And Experienced Policy Recommendations Of Senator Dick Lugar Gerald Ford The Senator Shows That It Is Possible To Be Principled Even In International Politics And Still Come Out A Winner He Is Just As Incisive And Wise In This Book, Which Clarifies Some Of The Most Complex Issues In The Conduct Of Foreign Affairs Corazon C Aquino Senator Richard Lugar Is Chairman Of The Senate Foreign Relations Committee, The Longest Serving Senator In Indiana History, And A Five Time Nobel Peace Prize Nominee He Is The Co Author Of The Nunn Lugar Cooperative Threat Reduction Program, Which Has Safeguarded And Destroyed Than 6,300 Nuclear Warheads In The Former Soviet Union, Along With Hundreds Of Missiles, Bombers, Submarines And Other Weapons Left Over From The Cold War Arms Race In Letters To The Next President, Senator Lugar Challenges All Presidential Hopefuls And Every Concerned Citizen To Reexamine Their Views On Foreign Policy He Offers The Next President Ten Rules For Presidential Leadership In Foreign Policy That Are As Valid Today As They Were In 1988 For This Edition He Has Added A Timely Chapter Addressed To President George W Bush And Senator John Kerry, Which Analyzes The Foreign Policy Dynamics Of 2004.