The United States’ primary misunderstanding, as identified by Kissinger
Moscow, May 27 – Former US Secretary of State Henry Kissinger, who will turn 100 on Saturday, said the United States believes it is righteous and not selfish in its foreign policy, but the rest of the world disagrees with it.
He added, “We expect our opinions to dominate, not because we think we are the best intellectually, but because we believe those opinions should be dominant in their own right.”
Kissinger pointed out that such a view of the Americans does not meet with understanding in other countries in the world, including China.
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