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Subject Henry Kissinger: 10 conflicts, countries that define a blood-stained legacy
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Original Message To some, he was a titan of foreign policy, the Holocaust survivor who built a glittering career as the top diplomat of the United States and national security adviser during Presidents Richard Nixon’s and Gerald Ford’s administrations, leaving an enduring mark on history.

But to others, Henry Kissinger was a war criminal, whose brutal exercise of realpolitik left a trail of blood around the world – an estimated 3 million bodies in far flung places from Argentina to East Timor.

Here are 10 nations, regions and conflicts that Kissinger intervened in, leaving an often blood-stained legacy that in many cases still lives on.

1. Vietnam
2. Cambodia
3. Bangladesh
4. Chili
5. Cypress
6. E. Timor
7. Israel
8. Argentina
9. S. Africa
10. China

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