None of this of course means that O'Connell is correct about what Kissinger said or what he meant to impart to Ismael.
I saw Kissinger that morning [after the war began] and he was surprised and angry.
According to Kissinger, they might not be able to live without it.
Nixon gripes about how Kissinger defers to him in public, but in private conversations, “where it counts,” builds himself up.
It is impossible to imagine Kissinger thinking (let alone saying) during the Russia-Georgia crisis: “Today, we are all Georgians.”
Kissinger opted to withdraw his nomination rather than disclose foreign sources of his income.
The Kissinger joke, The Belfast Telegraph said, could now be read “thirty-eight years later.”
The Chinese value patience; as Mao explained to Kissinger, they measure time in millennia.
They can be sapped of war fever by the diplomatic courage and genius displayed by Kissinger and Nixon four decades ago.
Kissinger took the disease from the mosquito bites, and recovered.