Henry Kissinger: canny political operator or a despicable war criminal?
BBC Select gets political as this incisive documentary offers a sobering portrait of Henry Kissinger, quite possibly the most powerful US diplomat during the latter half of the 20th Century.
Revealing the true character of this complex man, this eye-opening political documentary presents Kissinger’s responses to criticisms of his controversial foreign policy decisions.
Should Kissinger be celebrated or castigated?
Watch Kissinger: Statesman or War Criminal? and more acclaimed documentaries on BBC Select today. Restrictions apply*.
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