Henry Kissinger is a prominent diplomat whose ideas on great-power conflicts remain relevant today. He has served as National Security Advisor and Secretary of State under two American presidents. Kissinger’s views on China’s growing influence and the potential of powerful technology to change warfare are topics of discussion in a podcast by The Economist. Lasting for over eight hours, the podcast covers three main themes: China’s role, artificial intelligence, and the weakness of US leadership. The podcast is hosted by Zanny Minton Beddoes, with Edward Carr also participating. The conversation can be found in full on The Economist’s website. The podcast runs for 52 minutes and is available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google, and Stitcher. Additionally, The Economist invites listeners to complete a survey to help them improve their podcasts. The survey can be found at economist.com/intelligencesurvey.
“Insights on avoiding global conflicts shared by Henry Kissinger”
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