CLICK TO PLAY AUDIO: "In my own career, I tried to develop that in response to John Foster Dulles’ liberation, which I thought in the end was a fraud; Kennan’s containment, which I thought was too passive; Kissinger’s Congress of Vienna – you keep what you have, we keep what we have – which I thought didn’t respond sufficiently to the assertive challenge of communism. And I contrived this geostrategic concept of peaceful engagement, which on one level was diplomatic and accommodationist, but its content was undermining the opponent and defeating him."