Henry Kissinger’s Cambodia legacy of bombs and chaos

When news of Henry Kissinger’s death spread this week, many former world leaders lined up to pay tribute.

Former US President George W Bush said the US had “lost one of the most dependable and distinctive voices on foreign affairs”.

Former UK Prime Minister Tony Blair described the ex-US secretary of state as an artist of diplomacy, who was motivated by “a genuine love of the free world and the need to protect it”. Boris Johnson called Kissinger “a giant of diplomacy and strategy – and peace-making”.

In full: https://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-67582813

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