Time: Kissinger Speaks Out on Foreign Policy

Henry Kissinger is on the move again. Last week, after making his first visit to Canada, he flew to Tokyo and then on to Peking. Before going to Ottawa, the Secretary of State sat down for two hours with TIME Diplomatic Editor Jerrold Schecter and State Department Correspondent Strobe Talbott for a wide-ranging discussion of his foreign policy. Excerpts from the conversation:

Q. Will the continuing tension between you and Congress affect American foreign policy?

A. I don't think that there is tension between me and the Congress on a personal basis. I have,...

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