It's been a solid year since Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan blazed across screens. The racist punks and hug-fearers have whipped out their lawsuits, and all the press has died down. Of course, that makes it the perfect time for Sacha Baron Cohen to release a book this week as Borat Sagdiyev called BORAT: Touristic Guidings to Minor Nation of U.S. and A. and Touristic Guidings to Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan. The cover boasts the Borat basics -- scary, horned, green Jews, and more of Sagdiyev's bits than you ever need to see.

In honor of the release, Reuters has posted an e-mail interview with the Kazakh-loving superstar. It's not a bad gig for Cohen -- sitting around at home with the new baby, whipping up awkward-to-read e-mails, and making money. I'd just like to be there when the kid gets older and asks dad why he wrote a scene that would place his face firmly in Ken Davitian's genitals. Anyhow, Borat answers the following pressing topics: which country he prefers (Kazakhstan or USA), which people are smarter, advice for people traveling in the US, life in Kazakhstan, and the most pressing of all: who Borat is behind for the next President. And I've got to give props to Frances Kerry, who was noted as editor -- just how exactly do you edit Borat?!