Product Description Review Advance praise for The Iran Wars “The use of the word ‘wars’ plural in the title of this illuminating book tells the story: U.S.-Iranian relations have been troubled for many years. This deeply researched account of negotiations and their implications makes an important contribution to understanding the short- and long-term consequences of how we manage this difficult relationship.” —George P. Shultz former Secretary of State “An illuminating deeply reported account from one of the best journalists writing about the Middle East today. Jay Solomon’s The Iran Wars offers a front-row view of the spy games assassinations political intrigue and high-stakes diplomacy that have defined relations with one of America’s most cunning and dangerous foes.” —Joby Warrick Pulitzer Prize–winning author of Black Flags: The Rise of ISIS “A thorough yet concise survey of Iran’s buildup of nuclear technology since the 1980s its troubling exporting of Shiite insurgency in countries around it and the changing American reaction. Wall Street Journal chief foreign affairs correspondent [Jay] Solomon offers an evenhanded look at the backdoor schemes involving the building of Iran’s nuclear weapons and the world players involved in and against its machinations. . . . In addition to in-depth research Solomon enlists his own countless interviews and extensive on-site reporting to provide a sound timely authoritative exposé.” — Kirkus Reviews (Starred Review) About the Author Jay Lolomon is the chief Foreign Affairs correspondent for the Wall Street Journal. For nearly a decade he's written from Asia Africa and the Middle East including stints in Jakarta Indonesia; Seoul South Korea; New Delhi India and Beirut Lebanon. The Wall Street Journal has nominated him for three Pulitzer Prizes since 1998. The Third War is Solomon's first book.
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