In this 2-hour film, the 88-year old Nobel Laureate defiantly reflects on his time in theadministration of two American presidents. He explains US decisions and actions taken inVietnam, Cambodia, the Soviet Union, China and Chile.
One of the most controversial figures of the 20th century, Kissinger addresses his critics but makes no apologies. “For better or worse,” he comments, “the main strategic decisions, they reflected my convictions. And I certainly would go that same direction again.”
The film will be introduced by J Brooks Spector, a 30-year veteran of the American Foreign Service who has served in numerous overseas countries. Spector is a writer and commentator on international affairs.