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JSPES, Vol. 41, No. 1 (Spring 2016)
pp. 78–88


Henry Kissinger’s World Order: Informative — but a Window into the Unsettling Thoughts of the World Elite

Dwight D. Murphey

Wichita State University, retired

World Order, Henry Kissinger, Penguin Press, 2014

Henry Kissinger is now an elder statesman from whom much is to be expected. World Order is his fourteenth book. Our reviewer finds it full of valuable information, but unfortunately shallow, with an oddly fanciful grasp of several world issues. The significance of the latter may lie in his thinking’s providing a window into the thought processes that now prevail among the world opinion elite. If so, they merit a serious critique.