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The Trial of Henry Kissinger

by- Christopher Hitchens

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In The Trial of Henry Kissinger, Hitchens reveals a side of Henry Kissinger that few may have predicted. He delves into the dark side of American foreign policy, demonstrating firsthand evidence of Kissinger's illegal activity in Vietnam, Bangladesh, and East Timor, as well as human rights abuses and war crimes.

Christopher Hitchens was an English debater, author and journalist. He was a self-described socialist who liked to take controversial stands on public figures. In his later years, he became well-known for his anti-religious writing and staunch support for the Iraq War. In 2011, he passed away.
  • Those who are interested in the dark side of US foreign policy
  • Anyone having an interest in human rights
  • Those who are interested in twentieth-century and Cold War history