RaveThe Washington PostVoluminous, penetrating and cautionary ... In Embers of War, Logevall has conceived a prequel to his past work, examining two powerful, interdependent historical dramas ... A product of formidable international research. It is lucidly and comprehensively composed. And it leverages a consistently potent analytical perspective ... Logevall’s outstanding account concludes with Vietnam’s fate inextricably linked to the projection of American power in the periphery of Southeast Asia.
PositiveThe Washington Post\"Dark Territory captures the troubling but engrossing narrative of America’s struggle to both exploit the opportunities and defend against the risks of a new era of global cyber-insecurity. Assiduously and industriously reported, Kaplan’s history underscores a double irony in American cyber-strategy...One of the deep insights of Dark Territory is the historical understanding by both theorists and practitioners that cybersecurity is a dynamic game of offense and defense, each function oscillating in perpetual competition.\