Henry Kissinger

Former US Secretary of State Henry Kissinger is interviewed by Neil Cavuto.

Henry Kissinger leaves lasting — and controversial — foreign policy legacy


Few American statesmen have been as celebrated and as hated as Henry Kissinger, described as a “key architect of US foreign policy.” He died on Wednesday at the age of 100. 

John Kerry stands behind the mic in The World studio

John Kerry: ‘It is a dangerous time’

Former US Secretary of State Henry Kissinger and Chilean General Augusto Pinochet in an undated file photo.

‘My father lost his life through a bombing, by agents of a man who Henry Kissinger supported’

Former US Secretary of State Henry Kissinger has released a new book called World Order.

Henry Kissinger would not have supported the Iraq War if he’d known what he knows now

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Henry Kissinger

Henry Kissinger draws parallels between the current Middle East crisis and his own time in office

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Secret Nixon Tapes Show President’s Views on China, Brezhnev, and… Pele?

Global Politics

Anchor Marco Werman is fascinated by the final release of audio recordings of President Richard Nixon. The more than 300 hours of audio recordings were made public by the National Archives and Records Administration.

Around the world, people remember Britain’s Margaret Thatcher, dead at 87

Global Politics

Margaret Thatcher was a controversial figure in life and was similarly so in death. While world leaders, especially conservative ones, praised her accomplishments, some liberals panned the Iron Lady’s legacy while recognizing the impact she had on the world in 11 years as Britain’s prime minister.

Remembering an American contrarian: Christopher Hitchens dead of cancer

Arts, Culture & Media

Christopher Hitchens, a man who wasn’t afraid to take on anyone, died on Thursday of esophageal cancer. He was famous for his biting criticism of, well, everyone, from Henry Kissinger, “a war criminal,” to Mother Theresa, “a fanatic, a fundamentalist, and a fraud,”

Why Political Cartoons Make People So Mad

Conflict & Justice

If you’re mad about something on TV, in a magazine or even a radio program like The World, you can write to us. But if you’re the subject of a political cartoon or caricature and you disagree with it, what do you do?

Britain’s Iron Lady Margaret Thatcher Dies at 87

Global Politics

Former British prime minister Margaret Thatcher has died in London at the age of 87. The World’s Alex Gallafent examines the career of one of the singular politicians of the twentieth century.