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Review of and commentary on select books and publications
BOOK REVIEW: Paradise Lost: Mahathir & the End of Hope
By Dennis Ignatius, self-published, softcover, 320 pp, available through Gerakbudaya, RM60.
BOOK REVIEW: Hari Harilela: Made in Hong Kong
By Vaudine England. Hong Kong Peridote Limited, soft cover, 340 pages
BOOK REVIEW: Nothing is Impossible: America's Reconciliation with Vietnam
By Ted Osius, Rutgers University Press, Chicago, hardcover and audiobook, 332 pp with notes and bibliography, US $29.95
BOOK REVIEW: Young Soeharto: The Making of a Soldier, 1921-1945
By David Jenkins. ISEAS Publishing, Singapore. Soft cover, 548 pp with notes and index
BOOK REVIEW: The Chinese Communist Party: A Century in Ten Lives
Edited by Timothy Cheek, Klaus Mühlhahn, and Hans van de Ven. Cambridge University Press, US$79.99 on Amazon
BOOK REVIEW: Grandma’s Gangsta Chicken Curry and Gangsta Stories from My Hippie Sixties
By Azly Rahman, Penguin Books, 224 pages.
BOOK REVIEW: Exercise of Power: American Successes, and a New Path Forward in the Post-Cold War World
By Robert M. Gates. Alfred Knopf, New York. Hard cover, 452 pp with index and bibliography.US$29.95
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