8 of 10. Discussion of game theory with concrete examples in terms of politics, war, and economics. This is a reprint of the classic 1957 text, and is highly dependent on von Neumann's extensive work in this area. Includes a great deal on classification, e.g. two-person, n-person, zero-sum, and cooperative, and the related strategic theories. Also discusses general decision making based on interests, including both at an individual and group level, with much content derived from Nash's relavent work. The book is also very approachable, leaving much of the heavy duty math to von Neumann's classic Theory of Games and Economic Behavior. A fun deviation from my typical CS read.