Former US Secretary of State Henry Kissenger foretold global chaos for generations
The world after coronavirus pandemic will face political and economic chaos that could last for several generations in a row, said Henry Kissanger, the former Secretary of State and the 8th adviser to the President of the United States.
The politician admitted in an article for The Wall Street Journal that humanity has never faced a threat of this magnitude.
According to Kissinger, people should trust members of the government of their countries who have to cope with troubles and restore the old order of things. The diplomat is confident that only this can lead to the prosperity of nations. However, Kissanger clarifies that not all heads of state will be able to prove themselves.
“After the end of the COVID-19 pandemic, many government institutions will be issued a verdict - failure,” Kissanger stated.
Therefore, he called on world leaders to put in forces not only to fight against coronavirus, but also to plan what the world will be like after the pandemic subsides. Meanwhile, European countries still cannot agree on a single plan to save the economy.
Note that the 96-year-old Henry Kissanger ranks first in the ranking of the hundred leading intellectuals in the world by the number of references to the media according to Chicago federal judge Richard Pozner. It was Kissanger, who was a supporter of real politics, who played a dominant role in US foreign policy from 1969 to 1977 and was the initiator and executor of the policy of detente in relations between the USA and the USSR.
Henry Kissanger is the first person to be awarded the Ewald von Kleist Prize at the 2009 International Conference on Security Policy. In addition, he is a doctor of the Diplomatic Academy of the Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs.