What they say.
Johannes Kadura’s The War after the War: The Struggle for Credibility during America's Exit from Vietnam, has been chosen as among the Choice Magazine “Outstanding Academic Titles” for 2016
"Johannes Kadura's book is a welcome addition to the literature on the United States tortuous exit from Vietnam. Meticulously researched and engagingly written, it provides a fresh look at and perceptive analysis of the last stages of America s longest war." Jussi M. Hanhimaki, Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, Geneva, Switzerland, author of The Rise and Fall of Detente: American Foreign Policy and the Transformation of the Cold War"
"In The War after the War, Johannes Kadura draws on excellent research at the Richard Nixon Presidential Library and the Gerald Ford Presidential Library to fill in a gap in our knowledge of the policy and goals regarding the Paris Peace Agreement." David F. Schmitz, Robert Allen Skotheim Chair of History at Whitman College, author of Richard Nixon and the Vietnam War"
"Kadura's accomplishments in this short text are considerable...The book represents an important contribution, essential reading for scholars of U.S. involvement in Vietnam." Sean Fear, University of Leeds
"Frequently stuck in wars it cannot easily end, the U.S. should learn from the Vietnamese experience to cut its losses as quickly as possible. Even the most sophisticated strategies for slow disengagement fail to do anything but extend the agony. Kadura's deeply researched and clearly written book helps us to understand better why this is so. Leaders must have the courage to confront their own myths." Jeremi Suri, University of Texas at Austin