Henry Kissinger, ‘dependable and distinctive’ voice on foreign affairs, dies at 100

Henry Kissinger — a Jewish refugee from Nazi Germany who was the public face of U.S. diplomacy under two U.S. presidents, defused tensions with the Soviet Union, opened up China and negotiated an end to the Vietnam War — died Wednesday evening. He was 100.

Source: washingtontimes.com

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