Henry Kissinger was arguably the most famous and controversial American diplomat of the 20th century. His ideas about American foreign policy, and his approach to international relations, remain influential. This presentation examines Kissinger's biography, as well as his behaviour in office, his conception of foreign policy "realism" and the influence of domestic politics on his ideas.
|Room/theatre:||Charles Pearson Theatre|
|Building:||Eastern Resource Centre (ERC)|
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22 May 2013