The Long Shadow of Henry Kissinger

Although he hasn’t served in government for more than 30 years, Henry Kissinger still exercises more power internationally than Jimmy Carter, George HW Bush and Bill Clinton combined. That’s a strong claim, and it comes from Professor Jeremi Suri, who has a new book out on the former Secretary of State. In a wide-ranging and fast moving conversation (MP3iTunesFeed), Suri talks about Kissinger’s legacy and how his realpolitik foreign policy shapes American decision making down to this very day.

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