Henry Kissinger was a giant of our world order for half a century. The former United States secretary of state and national security adviser died at the age of 100 on Wednesday. He left a mark on every region – often not for the better for those left in the wake of his policies. We look at that part of his legacy, which many fear could be forgotten.
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- Spencer Ackerman (@attackerman), journalist and author
- Sophal Ear (@sophal_ear), associate professor, Thunderbird School of Global Management
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