Prof. Wolff joins RJ Eskow to discuss the legacy of Henry Kissinger. They explore Kissinger's role in shaping U.S. foreign policy during a critical period, including his involvement in the Vietnam War, opening relations with China, and his realpolitik approach. They delve into Kissinger's manipulation of narratives, his pragmatic use of anti-communism, and his focus on power politics. The conversation touches on Kissinger's impact on global geopolitics and the challenges faced by the U.S. during his era. The discussion also reflects on Kissinger's ability to adapt to the changing dynamics of the world stage and the complexities of his role in American history.