Henry Kissinger, the Nobel Prize winner, the former US secretary of state and the former national security adviser to the US President (1969-1975), believes that Ukraine should stop making choices between the West and the East and turn into a "bridge" between them. "Internationally, they should pursue a posture comparable to that of Finland," Kissinger stressed in an article published by "The Washington Post".
Henry Kissinger said he had seen four wars begun with great enthusiasm and public support, all of which the parties involved did not know how to end.The test of policy is how it ends, not how it begins.Far too often the Ukrainian issue is posed as a showdown: whether Ukraine joins the East or the West. But if Ukraine is to survive and thrive, it must not be either side's outpost against the other - it should function as a bridge between them, the former US State Secretary, Henry Kissinger, says.
The Russian Foreign Ministry said Tuesday that its diplomatic academy had bestowed an honorary doctorate upon former US Secretary of State Henry Kissinger, who is currently on a visit to Russia.
Russian presidential chief of staff Sergei Ivanov discussed Russian-US relations with former US Secretary of State Henry Kissinger at a meeting in Russia.
The potential US deal with Russia to put Syria's chemical weapons stock in international control "could be quite a good outcome," former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger told CBS News on Sunday.
Syria is a constant source of bad news for the US and its allies, who are keen to arm and finance the terrorists who are trying to overthrow the legitimate government of Bashar Assad. Speaking at the Ford School, former secretary of state Henry Kissinger commented on the current Syrian situation, expressing his preference for a broken-up and balkanized Syria to emerge after the civil war.
Shuttle diplomacy guru Henry Kissinger is celebrating his 90th birthday. Born on May 27th 1923, Kissinger served as National Security Advisor and later as Secretary of State. A controversial figure in world politics, he is described as “open” and “smart” by some experts, and a “mass murderer” by others, who blame him for causing numerous casualties in Vietnam and for the bombardments of Cambodia. Even though Dr.Kissinger retired in 1977, he remains an influential figure in world politics. The Voice of Russia’s Anna Khrustaleva reports.