All solution While conspicuously self eprecating at times her pride overwhelms any and all second guessing She was right everybody else was wrongThe North Korea chapter was a treat The Israel Palestine negotiations section maddening Long book Still I appreciated 3 things 1st is personal never stop learning No matter how tired how busy or how bored you might be train your mind 2nd is related to the way she wrote the book The first 300 pages are uite easy to read because she outlines her personal life from the moment she was born until her John, Paul Me-Before the Beatles divorce From there on she concentrates on explaining the international context and the way she handled theifferent situations
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2ND POINT SO MANY NAMES SO point So many names so contexts I never got to really understand them until this book I know the story is told from her perspective Still for someone who is not initiated in international politics it gives pretty good insight Now after reading this I know things about Mogadishu And Kosovo Did you know we fought a war there you guysSeriously I learned a lot and while I m not necessarily on board with how the US throws its weight around in the world I feel like I have a much better understanding of why and how that happens after reading this bookAnd there are some funny jokes I like her sense of humor I found Albright s memoir an extremely well written and informative book about her time as US Ambassador to the UN and Secretary of State in the 1990 s The memoir also touches on her personal life and addresses some of the challenges of being the only woman or one of the very few in the highest levels of government The first half of the book sheds light on her personal life and her slow rise to prominence She states that her rise to become the first female Secretary of State is an unlikely one and even now hard for her to believe Having fled her native Czechoslovakia twice once from the Nazis a second time from the Soviets her parents finally settled in the US with their children Albright speaks about her life as an immigrant to the United States her school years receiving her US citizenship getting married and raising a family She addresse This book is one of my favorites Her stories are so eeply female in that she says before she would go on her overseas trips as secretary she would try on all the outfits she was packing to make sure they fit She touchingly says of her marriage that it was the thing that gave her the most pleasure in life and she misses it greatly She talks of how hard she worked to help Bosnia and to bring about peace in the Midd. Adam Secretary combines warm humor with profound insights and personal testament with fascinating additions to the historical record.
Madeleine K. Albright ↠ 1 READ & DOWNLOADIn 2012 I read Albright s Prague Winter my favorite one so far Then in 2018 I read her book on Fascism A Warning In April 2020 I read her most recent memoir entitled Hell and Other Destructions which covers the period after being Secretary of State to the current time I had been examining the books she had written and realized I had not read her most important memoir of her time a Secretary of State I have now corrected that over site by reading Madam Secretary A memoir published in 2003The book is well written and meticulously researched What I like about reading a memoir is learning about an event from their viewpoint
In Fact I Enjoy Reading About An Event From Variousfact I enjoy reading about an event from various s viewpoints which means I read a lot of memoirs Albright is tougher on herself than on other people She admits her mistakes and states what she should have one or said with no excuses Some people admit to no mistakes so this is refreshing The book covers her early life to her ivorce then her life working for the government Most of the
personal information is at the beginning of the book her iplomacy role and policy viewpoints areinformation is at the beginning of the book her Psychotherapy of Personality Disorders diplomacy role and policy viewpoints are the later part of the book She covers inepth her period as Ambassador to the United Nations and as Secretary of State I noted how helpful it was to her to have been at the United Nations before becoming Secretary of State I highly recommend this bookI read this as an audiobook Hedge Fund - tome 4 - L'hritire aux vingt milliards downloaded from Audible The book is twenty four hours and twenty three minutes Albrightoes a good job narrating her own book It is great to hear it straight from the author Behind my grandparents my 1 hero in the world This book is so good If she had been born in the US I would give up everything to help her be the president But part of what makes her so amazing is her Eastern European lineage her family s escape her passion for that part of the world and the work she Here Comes The Sissy Bride (My Sissy Husband Confesses, did in that area on behalf of the UN and the State Dept some of which isetailed in this book Her work in Africa was amazing I cried as I read her accounts of the genocide in the Balkans and all that she the UN and the State Dept Places of Performance did andidn t The Alpha Wolf Bent Me Over do to resolve this monstrosity Sheiscussed how she მოგონებები შეფიცულთა რაზმზე does business and I liked her approach Be generous with people use humor be strong andon t let people walk all over you Invite people into your home and into your world food always helpspeople The Heart of Business don t care if you re not a gourmet Don t always need to be the smartest person in the room Ask for help and be thankful Be loyal to those whoeserve it I could go on and onI won t This was a very interesting autobiography In this outspoken and much praised memoir the highest ranking woman in American history shares her remarkable story and provides an. ,
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"During World War II "World War II family fled to London Then when communism took over their country her family came to the United States It really shouldn t have been a surprise that Albright got involved with foreign policy since her father was an ambassador before the warAlbright Treasures of Darkness did a lot as Secretary of State She had toeal with Israel and the
PLO North Korea Saddam Hussein Kosovo etc It s hard toNorth Korea Saddam Hussein Kosovo etc It s hard to that she held that post for only four yearsI enjoyed reading about what happened behind the closed Winning Sports Betting Strategies with Betaminic Big Data Tools for Football Betting Systems: A step-by-step guide to using the Betamin Builder Data Analysis ... soccer betting systems (English Edition) doors and about the human side of all the political characters around the globeI had a lot of respect for Madeleine Albright when she was in office and I still hold her in high regards after reading this memoir Madam Secretary A Memoir Madeleine K AlbrightIn this outspoken and much praised memoir the highest ranking woman in American history shares her remarkable story and provides an insider s view of world affairsuring a period of unprecedented turbulence A national bestseller on its first publication in 2003 Madam Secretary combines warm humor with profound insights and personal testament with fascinating additions to the historical record 2009 I enjoyed Albright s autobiography Prague Winter so much I Menopause and the Mind decided to read this earlier biography which focuses almost entirely on her years as Ambassador to the UN and then Secretary of State under President Bill Clinton The book spends a few short chapters on her life before she assumed these two positions fleeing Czechoslovakia for England with her parents just ahead of the Nazis in 1937 returning to Czechoslovakia after the war only to flee from the Russians to the US with her family when she was a teen college years at Wellesley her marriage to journalist Joe Albright her years as a wife and mother of threeaughters graduate school at Columbia and early career in academia at Georgetown A side story of her appointment and confirmation
as secretary of state also goes into etailSecretary of State also goes into etail the revelation originally uncovered by the Washington Post that three of her grandparents and several other relatives Internet Marketing Essentials died in the Holocaust a fact sheid not know because her parents hid their Jewish identity from her But most of the book explores in rather generous Internet Marketing Revealed detail many of complexities of international relations with lots of spaceevoted to some of the troubled spots with which she ealt uring her term as Secretary of Sta She s a bright woman but a little single minded in her relentless support of american style Curse of the Black Widow democracy as a one size fits. Insider's view of world affairsuring a period of unprecedented turbulence A national bestseller on its first publication in 2003 .