American Diplomat, Secretary of State under President Nixon and Ford, and Political Scientist Henry Kissinger died last week at the age of 100. While Kissinger was a controversial figure in American politics, many argue that it is undeniable that he shaped modern foreign policy.
Ben takes a look at the life of Kissinger, from his rise to political office in the Nixon Administration to his ideological differences with President Reagan, and explains how his background as a European immigrant shaped his views on foreign affairs.
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