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Henry Kissinger, American diplomat and Nobel winner, dead at 100

  • Former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger, known for his influential role in US foreign policy under Nixon and Ford, has passed away at the age of 100.
  • Kissinger conducted "shuttle diplomacy" for Middle East peace and worked to establish ties between the US and China, ending decades of isolation. He faced criticism for policies in Southeast Asia and Latin America.
  • While praised for his pragmatism, Kissinger was also denigrated for authorizing wiretaps and the bombing of Cambodia, which some blamed for Cambodia's fall into the hands of the Khmer Rouge.
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