Henry Kissinger, the adviser who was more European than American and who ended wars, dies
Foreign relations expert, one of the most important people in foreign policy making, Henry Kissinger has passed away. On May 27, he turned 1 century old.
Rama called him "Big Boss" that day, while former Foreign Minister Ditmir Bushati wrote, among other things:
"From a Jewish child in Nazi Germany, he rose to become national security adviser to the US President and then Secretary of State. Essentially more European than American, an extraordinary personality, marked by the European tragedy he suffered part of his family, Kissinger discovered from her the deep pessimism of human nature and a conservatism that "prefers injustice to chaos."
Kissinger closed his eyes at his home in Connecticut.
Because of his talent in foreign relations and ending several wars, Kissinger also has a Nobel Peace Prize.