Kissinger


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

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The main reason why Kissinger took Pakistan's side in the Bangladesh struggle was because he did not want to endanger the conduit that the Pakistani dictator Yahya Khan provided to him to establish a diplomatic opening to China.
Kissinger, now 88 years old, appeared Sunday on the Fareed Zakaria program on CNN television.
If the West saw to containment," Kissinger later recalled, "I was convinced that it would win its historic bet" against communism.
It is worth-mentioning here that Henry Kissinger who is known for threatening former premier Zulifqar Ali Bhutto of dire consequences takes thousands dollar as fee for a meeting.
Kissinger, at the Nobel Peace Prize forum at the University of Oslo in Norway, Sunday, said the president-elect's personality is a first in American politics and the incoming administration should be given the chance "to put forward its vision of international order.
At the same time, many on the Left regard Kissinger as a war criminal and search for evidence that will convict him before the bar of history, if not the International Court of Justice.
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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 has said that Fritz Kraemer, a fellow soldier, was "the greatest single influence on my formative years.
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, a German-born Jew who moved with his family to the U.
Henry Kissinger is the most famous and most divisive secretary of state the US has ever had.
In a piece published on August 29 in the Wall Street Journal, headlined "Henry Kissinger on the Assembly of a New World Order," the prominent foreign policy Machiavellian also proposed the acceleration of efforts to impose global governance on humanity.
FORMER US secretary of state Henry Kissinger says he would not welcome anything which made the UK smaller on the global stage.