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Henry Kissinger: ‘Anything that makes Britain smaller I do not welcome’

The former US Secretary of State believes Scottish independence would damage the special relationship

By Prospect Team  

Henry Kissinger, 91, is a supporter of the relationship between Britain and America © Stefan Ruiz

Henry Kissinger, the former National Security Advisor and Secretary of State under Presidents Richard Nixon and Gerald Ford, has given an extended interview to Prospect. He spoke exclusively to Bronwen Maddox, the editor, at his home in Connecticut.

A full account of the 90 minute-long interview will appear in the October issue of Prospect, in which…

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