The Secret Life of Henry Kissinger. Let me, as one of the world’s leading dissident Henry Kissinger scholars, tell you a few things about him that until now only I have known. By Neal Pollack. [New York Times: Opinion]
Another opinion on the Kissinger appointment, from “someone who knows”:
This is the third least sensible appointment that I know in political history: the second silliest being that of Che Guevara as head of Cuba’s national bank, and the all-time prizewinner being Caligula’s appointing his horse as a consul of Rome.

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