This Kind of Peace Author:T.R. Fehrenbach Told with the same forthrightness and candor that made This Kind of War, Fehrenbach's penetrating study fo the Korean conflict, a nationwide bestseller, This Kind of Peace lays bare in detailed fashion all the misconceptions about the UN and the myth that the UN is the cornerstone of US foreign policy. — From its early beginnings as a four-power ... more »alliance, through the compromises that limited its efficiency, and the succession of events and decisions that popularized it into an image of something its founders never intended--a world government--the UN has reached a state of near paralysis.
Author Fehrenbach was an intelligence officer in Korea and later went to Korea as part of the first UN peacekeeping function. He is a graduate, magna cum laude, from Princeton and at the time of publication was the author of three other titles: This Kind of War, The Crisis in Cuba, and US Marines in Action.« less