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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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A recent book Kissinger the Negotiator (2018) analyses Dr Kissinger's interventions almost everywhere in the world, even where US interests were not affected or whether a crisis existed or not.
Kissinger said that US-China cooperation is crucial to world peace and prosperity.
During his years as President Nixon's and President Ford's most influential foreign policy adviser, 1969-77, Kissinger put these ideas to work.
The authors of "Kissinger The Negotiator" -- James K.
Kissinger's brand of Realism, as Kissinger himself conceded, had "no ready constituency"; it was very much "a minority view." Or, as one historian put it, "When adopting detente, the Nixon administration had bargained away, consciously, the ability to explain U.S.
Dobrynin had used back channels with the US government for years before establishing the unofficial line with Kissinger.
Earlier, former PM Shaukat Aziz met with Henry Kissinger and paid some 10,000/- US dollar fee.
And his campaign included rhetorical elements challenging patterns considered traditional," (http://www.realclearpolitics.com/video/2016/12/11/kissinger_give_trump_international_order_a_chance.html) said Kissinger , who shared the 1973 Nobel Peace Prize with Le Duc Tho for negotiating the Paris Peace Accords.
Kissinger described Republican Donald trump's victory over Democrat Hillary Clinton as a "revolution against conventional wisdom."
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.
This will lead to an examination of what Kissinger himself hopes for as a coming "world order." We will critique his views as we go along, and the concluding part of the review will examine additional points, both strong and weak.
En 1994, Henry Kissinger publico La diplomacia, donde analiza el potencial orden internacional que se disenaria al final de la Guerra Fria.