Kissinger and the Invasion of Cyprus : Diplomacy in the Eastern Mediterranean
Can Henry Kissinger be described as a serious statesman who altered the course of relations between states? Or was he a shallow impersonator of those whom he admired, and a geopolitical engineer who treated people as collateral fodder, reducing morality to the status of a strategic and tactical tool? Using the story of Kissinger's behaviour over Cyprus, backed up by recently revealed government documents, many critical, William Mallinson, former diplomat and leading authority on Cyprus' history, provides an incisive analysis and evaluation of Kissinger's approach, revealing a man who appears to have considered political strategy more important than law and ethics.
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- William Mallinson
- Paperback | 230 pages
- 148 x 212mm
- Publication date
- 01 Feb 2017
- Cambridge Scholars Publishing
- Publication City/Country
- Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom
- Edition Statement
- Unabridged edition