Politico - Hillary Clinton weighed in on Henry Kissinger’s latest book “World Order,” for the Washington Post, in a review published by the paper Thursday. Continue Reading Text Size
“Though we have often seen the world and some of our challenges quite differently, and advocated different responses now and in the past, what comes through clearly in this new book is a conviction that we, and President Obama, share: a belief in the indispensability of continued American leadership in service of a just and liberal order,” Clinton writes.
Clinton adds that Kissinger’s “long view” and analyses are “particularly valuable” to determining America’s role on the international stage and its diplomatic goals.
“For an international order to take hold and last, Kissinger argues, it must relate ‘power to legitimacy.’ To that end, Kissinger, the famous realist, sounds surprisingly idealistic,” Clinton writes.