Sonntag, 14. August 2016

Kissinger: World Order

per5pektivenwechsel: Das Gesetz des Gleichgewichts

Interview mit Kissinger im Spiegel (englisch)

Hillary Clinton (englisch)

New York Times (englisch)

Zitate aus dem Buch

“Facts are rarely self-explanatory; their significance, analysis, and interpretation—at least in the foreign policy world—depend on context and relevance.”
― Henry KissingerWorld Order
“Because information is so accessible and communication instantaneous, there is a diminution of focus on its significance, or even on the definition of what is significant. This dynamic may encourage policymakers to wait for an issue to arise rather than anticipate it, and to regard moments of decision as a series of isolated events rather than part of a historical continuum. When this happens, manipulation of information replaces reflection as the principal policy tool.”
― Henry KissingerWorld Order: Reflections on the Character of Nations and the Course of History

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