HENRY KISSINGER AND THE AMERICAN CENTURY

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Harvard University Press, May 1, 2009 - History - 368 pages
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What made Henry Kissinger the kind of diplomat he was? What experiences and influences shaped his worldview and provided the framework for his approach to international relations? Suri offers a thought-provoking, interpretive study of one of the most influential and controversial political figures of the twentieth century.
 

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Suri (history, Univ. of Wisconsin, Madison;Power and Protest ) here turns his attention to archetypal power broker Kissinger during his years in government service, ending in 1977. Throughout, the ... Read full review

Contents

The Making of the American Century
1
Democracy and Its Discontents
16
Transatlantic Ties
52
The Cold War University
92
A Strategy of Limits
138
A Statesmans Revolution
197
From Germany to Jerusalem
249
Notes
277
Acknowledgments
345
Index
347
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