Symbolism and Substance: Henry Kissinger and the Year of Europe

Hardt, D. Brent
1985

Volume 9, Issue 1. Winter One of the most able and controversial statesmen of the century, Henry Kissinger was nonetheless unable to achieve Atlantic unity during his years as Secretary of State. His failures, though, stem not from a lack of concern towards Europe but more from a lack of understanding of how best to approach and secure NATO unity. In this article D. Brent H... read more

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