Henry Kissinger at 100: still croaking but not yet croaked
Is this proof that only the good die young, asks Patrick Bulger in an analysis of the warmonger’s long and eventful life
Few people live until the age of 100 and when someone prominent in world affairs does, the milestone inevitably brings a flurry of journalistic retrospectives serving as proto-obituaries for the centurion blowing out the candles...
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