Challenges of transnational Palestinian terrorism to the era of détente : 1970-1973, The
United States Diplomatic historians have understood Henry Kissinger as the twentieth century's grandest statesmen. His realism and free reign over U.S. foreign policy during two presidential administrations was drawn from his life experiences and historical understandings of the limits of state power in the postcolonial world. He is understood to be an intellectual who drew his realist worldview from the history of nineteenth century concert of Europe and the grand statesmen of the period. His ability to draw lessons from history allowed him to achieve some of the most important foreign policy ...
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Swails, Nicholas Earl
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