Kissinger


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United States diplomat who served under President Nixon and President Ford (born in 1923)

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Kissinger assesses nuclear weapons proliferation as the overarching strategic problem for the contemporary international order.
Kissinger is delighted to be able to personally present the awardees with the prize on June 17, 2015, at the American Academy in Berlin's Hans Arnhold Center.
This is, no doubt, because, as Kissinger is surely aware, the word "order" in political contexts has long been synonymous with government--but invoking "world government" is bound to raise red flags for patriotic Americans (and people of other nationalities who might stumble across Kissinger's latest tour de force).
With both the question and the impetus clearly posed in the beginning of the book, Kissinger then dedicates several chapters to detailing the historical context for the splintered path of development of various world actors.
Kissinger, 91, said he had always been in favour of Britain having a nuclear capability.
After the events which were caused by the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) in Iraq and Syria, the westerners also felt threatened; Kissinger, the veteran US politician, has recently said that 'Iran's threat for the West is more than the ISIL's danger, ISIL is a group and it can be annihilated but Iran enjoys a thought and this thought can make an empire from Iran'," Larijani said, addressing the International Conference of the Muslim Scholars in Tehran on Tuesday.
Kissinger also discusses the desire of the Gulf Arab states "to thwart Shiite Iranian designs, which they fear more than [the] Islamic State.
The passages that deal with events after Kissinger left the State Department are less compelling than episodes from his years in power, mainly because he is no longer a central player.
Kissinger disclaimed any selfish motive for writing, loftily quoted from Washington's farewell address, and regretted with some bitterness Edith's failure to read or comment on the two school book reports he had sent her.
Kissinger, 91, underwent an aortic valve replacement procedure, according to New York-Presbyterian Hospital.
Stephen Walker has emphasized: "Kissinger's academic works reflect his personal philosophy of history and his political philosophy which strongly influenced the policies that Kissinger advocated while on office.
Henry Kissinger was, in my view, a mostly effective secretary of state, but his receiving the Nobel Peace Prize this week (Dec.
The Blood telegram; Nixon, Kissinger, and a forgotten genocide.
America's secret diplomacy was led by Henry Kissinger, who was national security adviser to President Richard Nixon and then became his secretary of state.