After reading transcripts of Kissinger's 1971 conversations with Zhou En Lai, I was very much looking forward to listening to more extensive excerpts. I found the reader's affected german accent so distracting, however, that I stopped listening to the recording, and returned to reading hardcopy.
The material, however, I found to be an invaluable source of insight into the foreign policy of the cold war. I would advise anyone with an interest to listen to the audiobook, especially if they are not inclined to read hardcopy, and don't at all mind listening to annoying fake accents.
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