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Henry Kissinger Gets the Full TSA Patdown

What do toddlers in wheelchairs and former Secretaries of State have in common? They can’t escape the clutches of the TSA. So don’t think you can run through...

Diplomatic Immunity?

China's modern history has been shaped by improbable occurrences. Only a reckless gambler would have wagered in 1929 that the Communist Party, then a ragtag...

Where Kissinger Still Rocks

Hengli Jixinge looks just like Henry Kissinger — except, this being China, everyone adores him. Jixinge (pronounced Gee-Sing-Guh) is the way the former Secretary...

When Oddballs Ruled the World

They're like twin antediluvian monstrosities: too ugly, too wonky, too scaly and strange to flourish in today's cold political climate when the blinding comet of...

Kissinger's Fast Exit

When Henry Kissinger accepted President Bush's appointment last month as head of an independent commission to investigate Sept. 11, the legendary diplomat...

Yet Another Job For Kissinger

The commission to investigate intelligence and security failures that led to Sept. 11 got a high-profile if controversial leader when Henry Kissinger, 79,...

The Breaking Down of Boundaries

Whatever you think of Henry Kissinger, you have to admit: the man has staying power. With a new book — Does America Need a Foreign Policy? — on the shelves,...

Henry Kissinger: A Realist Faces Reality

It's been 17 years since Henry Kissinger published the second of his three volumes of memoirs, which took him through Richard Nixon's resignation, and some...

Rebel With a Cause

On tour to promote his provocative new book The Trial of Henry Kissinger (Verso; 159 pages), Christopher Hitchens, 52, arrived at Britain's Hay-on-Wye literary...

Of Ladders And Letters

The owner of a chain of supercenters in Michigan would hardly seem a match for Henry Kissinger in a debate over the Vietnam War, but at the 1995 Gerald R. Ford...

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