Inside the secret wars of the Dulles brothers

Inside the secret wars of the Dulles brothers
Inside the secret wars of the Dulles brothers

Inside the secret wars of the Dulles brothers

A new book takes us inside some of the decisions made during the height of the Cold War, when brothers John Foster Dulles and Allen Dulles were secretary of state and director of the Central Intelligence Agency, respectively. Author and journalist Stephen Kinzer explains how some of the secret actions of the powerful duo still affect foreign policy today. Kinzer’s new book is ‘The Brothers: John Foster Dulles, Allen Dulles, and Their Secret World War.’ (Photo: Wikicommons/National Archives and Records Administration)