“A Republican presidential aspirant should articulate what Henry R. Nau calls, in a book with this title, Conservative Internationalism . . ."
-- George F. Will, The Washington Post
“Conservative Internationalism . . . meld[s] Nixon realism and Wilsonian internationalism . . .the general reader can learn a good deal from this book."
-- Alonzo Hambry, The Wall Street Journal
“As Henry Nau of The George Washington University notes, we should focus on freedom where it counts the most, namely on the borders of existing free societies. . .the borders that divide free. . .Asia from China and North Korea [and] free. . .Europe from Russia”
-- Bret Stephens, The Wall Street Journal
“Conservative Internationalism should be required reading for the foreign policy and national security staffs of every serious presidential campaign, Democratic or Republican."
-- Paul Carrese, Claremont Review of Books
“Interesting, provocative, worth reading...a valuable way of thinking about U.S. foreign policy for a post-Bush, post-Obama future.”
-- Walter Russell Mead, Foreign Affairs