Between 3−4 stars rating, 10 October 2019
Anecdotal history yet still relevant for the present
By: A. Budi
This book is the result of a lecture given by the author to the students of Yale, so be aware that the material is recycled from those lectures, hence not very methodic in its dissection. Most of it consist of a simplified historical story and pointers taken from the incident. It’s interesting read, but not very systemic in its analyses.
Read it as a 300 very readable, engaging, non-academic pages, rather than a self-help book.