Knowing One’s Place, Essays on Journalism, Diplomacy, and Football

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Empires disintegrate, colonies gain independence, electorates make poor choices, institutions falter, states go bankrupt, great statesmen perish, villains and heroes are forgotten and football teams lose in extra time. The author addresses these issues in a series of essays on foreign affairs and football, journalism and genocide, conspiracies and childhood, diplomacy and death, tracing the affairs of an insignificant place and of some of the people that left their mark on it

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Weight .698 kg
Dimensions 22 × 15.5 × 2.5 cm
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