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How one chooses to celebrate Henry Kissinger’s 98th birthday “may well depend on their previous readings about the former Secretary of State and National Security adviser”

FORWARDKissinger at 98: ‘If it were not for the accident of my birth, I would be antisemitic’by Benjamin IvryMay 27, 2021 Those who appreciated Niall Ferguson’s hagiographical two-volume biography will applaud Kissinger’s role as the first Jewish secretary of state … Continue reading

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The Iran Deal and Its Consequences

WALL STREET JOURNAL by Henry Kissinger and George P. Shultz April 7, 2015 The announced framework for an agreement on Iran’s nuclear program has the potential to generate a seminal national debate. Advocates exult over the nuclear constraints it would … Continue reading

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The Amateur in the White House: Obama’s Iranian Folly

THE OBSERVER by Abraham H. Miller February 25, 2015 Barack Obama will go down in history as the American president who enabled the Shi’ite theocracy to become the region’s hegemonic power and looked the other way while Iran developed the … Continue reading

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Netanyahu Must Give That Speech

COMMENTARY by Rick Richman February 12, 2015 The importance of Prime Minister Netanyahu’s March 4 address to Congress extends far beyond its effect on his own country. That is apparent from the testimony of two former secretaries of state–Henry Kissinger and … Continue reading

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Scholars votes put Kerry dead last in terms of effectiveness

WASHINGTON POST by Al Kamen February 5, 2015 Secretary of State John Kerry, working diligently on some extraordinarily difficult foreign policy issues — China, neo-Soviet Russia, Islamic State, Iran, etc — isn’t getting even a tiny bit of credit these days … Continue reading

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The emerging Iran nuclear deal raises major concerns

WASHINGTON POST The Editorial Board February 5, 2015 AS THE Obama administration pushes to complete a nuclear accord with Iran, numerous members of Congress, former secretaries of state and officials of allied governments are expressing concern about the contours of … Continue reading

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Is ISIS Distracting Us from a More Serious Iranian Threat?

THE TOWER by David Daoud November 2014 In its quest for global cooperation in the fight against ISIS, the U.S. and its partners are turning to Iran for help. But it is the ayatollahs, not the caliphate, that the West … Continue reading

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Kissinger: Israel Shouldn’t Seek Final Peace Deal with Palestinians til MidEast Chaos Subsides

ALGEMEINER by David Efune November 12, 2014 Respected statesman and former U.S. secretary of state Henry Kissinger told a New York audience on Tuesday that considering the widespread upheaval in the Middle East, it is a mistake for Israel to … Continue reading

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