With Nixon embroiled in Watergate, Henry Kissinger was, for a time, the most powerful figure in the world. Even after leaving office he continued to act as counselor to successive presidents as well as governments around the globe. For many though, he is implicated in war crimes allegedly committed with his knowledge in countries from Cambodia to Chile.
With exclusive access and more than 20 hours of interviews with Kissinger, National Geographic peels away the mystique around the man who, to this day, remains one of the most controversial figures in global politics.
Special Features: Kissinger photo gallery and Inside the State Department bonus shorts
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