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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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After his retirement from government service, Kissinger has taught at several universities and institutions and founded a consulting company, Kissinger Associates, and is a partner in Kissinger, McLarty Associates.
Kissinger, who served as secretary of state in the 1970s under two Republican presidents, Richard Nixon and Gerald Ford, condemned the opposition to diplomatic talks with Iran that is espoused by many Republicans today.
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.
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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.
Grandin paints Kissinger as something of an Ivy League cowboy, always ready for action, and his writing and research are compelling.
Two subjects in Kissinger are most likely to generate strong reactions.
The reference to Edith's attractiveness bespeaks the charm and flattery for which Kissinger would become famous.
The economic system has become global, while the political structure of the world remains based on the nation-state," Kissinger complained.
Kissinger, 91, said he had always been in favour of Britain having a nuclear capability.