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Henry Kissinger was a global – and deeply flawed – foreign policy heavyweight

By Amelia Hadfield, Head of Department of Politics, University of Surrey
Declarations of the end of an era are made only in exceptional circumstances. Henry Kissinger’s death is one of them.

Kissinger was born into a Jewish family in Germany, and fled to the US in 1938 after the Nazis seized power. He rose to one of the highest offices in the US government, and became the first person to serve as both secretary of state and national security adviser.

The 1973

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