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Kissinger

Henry (Alfred). born 1923, US academic and diplomat, born in Germany; assistant to President Nixon for national security affairs (1969--75); Secretary of State (1973--77): shared the Nobel peace prize 1973
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The rationale behind writing about Kissinger is, partly, that personalities matter in the conduct of policy.
But Ismail told Kissinger that Sadat preferred a peace initiative that would allow Egypt to regain most of the Sinai and decouple it from the larger Arab-Israeli dispute.
Kissinger spoke out strongly against the US sending troops to Syria.
The encounter encapsulated the central issue underlying the entire war in Vietnam--that of US military interventions overseas, which, according to Kissinger, had become a "habit" that was difficult to break.
Kissinger's brand of Realism, as Kissinger himself conceded, had "no ready constituency"; it was very much "a minority view.
Earlier, former PM Shaukat Aziz met with Henry Kissinger and paid some 10,000/- US dollar fee.
html) said Kissinger , who shared the 1973 Nobel Peace Prize with Le Duc Tho for negotiating the Paris Peace Accords.
To that point, Kissinger had merely been an academic and an occasional government consultant; influential in those arenas, but hardly the stuff of such a lengthy tome.
reflected the mission and the conditions of his period," Kissinger was quoted by him as saying.
Kissinger made the remarks in a question-and-answer session of a forum at a Washington think tank.
Son 530 paginas de texto, 18 capitulos y un epilogo en los que Kissinger combina momentos historicos, registros y conversaciones personales con los lideres chinos que han ocupado los maximos puestos en la jerarquia del gobierno: Mao Zedong, Zhou Enlai, Deng Xiaoping, Jiang Zeming, Hu Jintao.
Kissinger states that his aim in the book 'is to explain the conceptual way the Chinese think about problems of peace and war and international order, and its relationship to the more pragmatic, case-by-case American approach'.