The worldview of Henry Kissinger
Krogh, Peter F. (Peter Frederic)
A wide-ranging interview that examines some of the central foreign policy issues confronting American policymakers in 1984.
Henry Kissinger, former National Security Advisor and Secretary of State under President Nixon, is widely regarded as one of the most prominent thinkers in the realm of international relations. An advocate of realpolitik, Dr. Kissinger advised multiple presidents, and long after leaving his official position he has remained a major force in the formulation of American foreign policy. In this episode host Peter Krogh sits down with Dr. Kissinger for a wide-ranging conversation on the Reagan Administration's foreign policy and the state of world affairs. Dr. Kissinger discusses the Soviet Union, arms control negotiations, the American invasion of Grenada, the Middle East peace process, Nicaragua, and Cuba. This interview provides an overview of the driving issues facing American policymakers in 1984, as well as an insight into the worldview of a key architect of American foreign policy.
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