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Indyk is a natural storyteller and isn’t shy about owning up to the Clinton administration’s shortcomings. That’s the book’s strength. Its weakness is that while it’s sharply (and somewhat incongruously) critical of George W. Bush for choosing not to follow Clinton’s failed approach, it offers little in the way of realistic alternatives to the policies of either president.

Jason Maoz can be reached at jmaoz@jewishpress.com

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