The Unquiet American
Kati Marton and Strobe Talbott talked about the life and career of American diplomat Richard Holbrooke, who died in December 2010. Ms. Marton, his widow, wrote the introduction to a collection of the diplomat’s writings and the reminiscences of those who knew and worked with him. They also responded to questions from members of the audience at Politics and Prose Bookstore in Washington, D.C. close
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Kati Marton Widow
Lissa Muscatine Co-Owner Politics and Prose Bookstore
Strobe Talbott President Brookings Institution
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