Henry Kissinger: Nobel Prize-Winning ‘Warmonger’ Has Died At Age 100
Nobel prize-winning ‘Warmonger, Henry Kissinger, a Diplomatic Powerhouse whose service under two Presidents left an indelible mark on U.S. Foreign Policy, has died at age 100.
Kissinger Associates INC said in a statement the former two-time Secretary Of State died at his home in Connecticut on Wednesday.
Kissinger had been active past his centenary, attending meetings in the White House, publishing a book on leadership styles, and testifying before a Senate Committee about the nuclear threat posed by North Korea.
In July 2023 he made a surprise visit to Beijing to meet Chinese President Xi Jinping.
In the 1970s, he had a hand in many of the epoch-changing global events of the decade while serving as secretary of state under Republican President Richard Nixon.
The German-Born Jewish Refugee's efforts led to the diplomatic opening of China, landmark US-Soviet Arms Control Talks, expanded ties between Israel and its Arab neighbours, and the Paris Peace accords with North Vietnam.