Reckless: Henry Kissinger and the Tragedy of Vietnam, with Robert K. Brigham - Video Highlights

published 8 months ago by Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs

Henry Kissinger is smart, charming, and a great writer, says historian Robert Brigham. But when it came to Vietnam, his arrogance and deceit made a bad situation worse. Kissinger altered the logbooks for military bombings and misled the president on the content of the secret talks in Paris. "He was a theorist who stuck to theorist dreams, and it cost the country dearly." What are the lessons for today's administration?

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