The Inevitability of Tragedy

Barry Gewen’s intellectual biography of Henry Kissinger is meticulously researched, consistently stimulating and deeply insightful.

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Henry Kissinger’s approach to American foreign policy continues to be a subject of controversy, even though he’s been out of government since the 1970s. Regarded as a brilliant statesman by many, he has also been called an appeaser, a villain and a war criminal. What was it that caused people to view him so differently?…

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