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Henry Kissinger, his personality and policies

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Published by Duke University Press in Durham, N.C .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States
    • Subjects:
    • Kissinger, Henry, 1923-,
    • United States -- Foreign relations -- 1969-1974.,
    • United States -- Foreign relations -- 1974-1977.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementedited by Dan Caldwell.
      SeriesDuke Press policy studies
      ContributionsCaldwell, Dan.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsE840.8.K58 H46 1983
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxiii, 144 p. ;
      Number of Pages144
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3163837M
      ISBN 100822304856
      LC Control Number83005710

      Looking at his accomplishment, one cannot but associate his name (and indeed his personality) mainly with: Détente and the opening to China Vietnam and Cambodia Indo-Pakistan War Unfortunately his memoirs run short of two main events: Yom Kippur War Turkish invasion of Cyprus Kissinger was never connected with the Watergate. Synopsis In a series of riveting interviews, America's senior statesman discusses the challenges of directing foreign policy during times of great global National Security Advisor to Richard Nixon, Henry Kissinger transformed America's approach to diplomacy with China, the USSR, Vietnam, and the Middle East, laying the foundations for geopolitics as we know them fifty.

      As the essay will try to tease out, Kissinger’s outlook prior to —when he became National Security Advisor—has changed little in the last fifty plus years. 12 Stephen Walker has emphasized: “Kissinger’s academic works reflect his personal philosophy of history and his political philosophy which strongly influenced the policies. Henry Kissinger conducted American foreign policy with a distinctive assurance and panache that gave dramatic force to his tenure as secretary of state. His was the shaping hand in decisions that led to detente with the Soviet Union, to opening relations with the People's Republic of China, and to "shuttle" diplomacy in the Middle East and the.

      Kissinger, had heart surgery just three weeks earlier, although he seems unaffected by it. Smiling and burly, he has a quality priceless in world affairs that photographers recognise well; no matter where pictured, even in cable-knit sweater and slacks on his lawn, he always looks exactly like Henry Kissinger.   Among the works that first brought Henry Kissinger to academic acclaim was "A World Restored," his s book about how the greatest diplomats of .


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In February while in Lima, Peru, Henry Kissinger toasted US-Peruvian friendship with President and General Francisco. Personality his personality and policies book of Henry Kissinger - an American diplomat and political scientist who received the Nobel Peace Prize for his actions negotiating the ceasefire in Vietnam, and his advice has been sought by world leaders including subsequent U.S.

presidents, born on Sunday May 27th   Kissinger first achieved widespread fame in academic circles with his book Nuclear Weapons and Foreign Policy, opposing President Dwight Eisenhower's policy. ‘Kissinger’s policies were not only morally flawed but also disastrous as Cold War strategy.’ Richard Nixon or Henry Kissinger.

In his relatively short time in government, Kissinger. It begins with the resignation of Nixon - including Kissinger's final assessment of Nixon's tortured personality and the self-inflicted tragedy that ended his presidency, making Kissinger, for a time, the most powerful man in American government.

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The Inevitability of Tragedy – Henry Kissinger and His World: : Gewen, Barry: पुस्तकें. Henry Kissinger has traveled the world, advised presidents, and been a close observer and participant in the central foreign policy events of our era.

Now he offers his analysis of the twenty first century's ultimate challenge: how to build a shared international order in a world of divergent historic perspectives, violent conflict. For more than sixty years, Henry Kissinger’s name has been synonymous with the foreign-policy doctrine called “realism.” In his time as national-security adviser and Secretary of.

Kissinger explores the relationship between this complex man's personality and the foreign policy he pursued. Drawing on extensive interviews with Kissinger as well as other sources, including U.S. presidents and his business clients, this first full-length biography makes use of many of Kissinger's private papers and classified memos to.

This book is about Kissinger as a person and as a politician, depicting the personality ("mixture of charm and seduction, flattery and duplicity"), his approach on Foreign Affairs (which is considered cold, calculating, manipulating, morally flawed by his critics and creative by his supporters4/5().

Abstract. Henry Kissinger has had a chequered history, exalted and reviled in equal measure. To his many detractors he is a ruthless, unprincipled and self-advertising ‘Born-Again’ Bismarck from Bavaria, transplanted into the heart of America’s East Coast foreign policy establishment.

A new portrait of Henry Kissinger focusing on the fundamental ideas underlying his policies: Realism, balance of power, and national interest. Few public officials have provoked such intense controversy as Henry Kissinger. During his time in the Nixon and Ford administrations, he came to be admired and hated in equal s:   Enhancing our understanding of Kissinger, his relationship with his subordinates and with Congress, and his approach to foreign policy, this book will be of interest to scholars of Cold War history, US foreign policy and all those fascinated by the personality of Henry Kissinger.

Henry A. Kissinger, in full Henry Alfred Kissinger, (bornFürth, Germany), American political scientist, who, as adviser for national security affairs and secretary of state, was a major influence in the shaping of U.S. foreign policy from to. A foreign relations expert reassesses Henry Kissinger’s central role in American foreign policy.

Overall, Schwartz, a professor of history at Vanderbilt, aims to remain “dispassionate” in his account of Kissinger during his years of real power under Presidents Richard Nixon and Gerald Ford. Kissinger picked up this theme in his book, Does America Need a Foreign Policy?, and in a article in the Atlantic that Gewen describes as his “final lesson as.

On p he states, “Philosophers may quarrel with the moral stature of this policy ,” referring to Metternich’s simulataneous alliance with France and with Russia. 31 Kissinger, A World Restored, 32 Ibid. Emphasis in the original. 33 Stephen R. Graubard, Kissinger: Portrait of a Mind (New York: W.W.

Norton & Co., ), The Trial of Henry Kissinger is a book by Christopher Hitchens examining the alleged war crimes of Henry Kissinger, the National Security Advisor and later United States Secretary of State for Presidents Richard Nixon and Gerald in the role of the prosecution, Hitchens presents Kissinger's involvement in a series of alleged war crimes in Vietnam, Bangladesh, Chile, Cyprus and.