China is dumb like a fox
Henry Kissinger, who has known every Chinese leader since Mao Zedong, often cautions that China rejects the post-war international system it had no part in creating.
Demetriou denies Hird deal inducements
James Hird was reportedly offered an opportunity for career advancement, including overseas travel, and a secure place in the AFL Hall of Fame, as part of a deal between the AFL and Essendon over his role in the supplements scandal.
Kissinger, Shultz: Judge Iranian Progress on Change, not Tone
The temporary deal struck with Iran to freeze or scale back parts of its nuclear program in exchange for lifting some economic sanctions will be meaningless if a firm and final deal is not reached quickly, say former U.S. secretaries of state Henry Kissinger and George Shultz.
Making the World Safe for Freedom? | Commentary
The chief theme that animates these discussions is the perennial tension between America's desire for isolationism, on the one hand, and its commitments to internationalism, on the other.
Henry Kissinger Says American Decline Is A Myth: What Are You Smokin', Dude?
Henry Kissinger and Mao Zedong, with Zhou Enlai in the background: What a difference four decades makes.
Real Clear Politics
Obama's Smart, Secret Deal With Iran
Count the Iran nuclear deal as a rare win for President Obama's secretive, cerebral style of governing.
People's Daily Online
China-U.S. consultation on people-to-people exchange "very successful": vice premier
Chinese Vice Premier Liu Yandong meets with former U.S. Secretary of State Henry Kissinger in New York City, the United States, Nov. 22, 2013.
McCain: Kerry's a 'Human Wrecking Ball' in Iran Negotiations
Senator John McCain called Secretary of State John Kerry "a human wrecking ball" in his nuclear negotiations with Iran and on other Middle East policies.
The Weekly Standard
The Good Ship Gerald Ford
Donald Rumsfeld, the implacable ex-defense secretary, sniffled through his remarks about President Ford.
Santa Barbara Independent
Using the Environment as a Weapon
The first question posed: What do Henry Kissinger and Cyndi Lauper have in common? The second question: What does the military have to do with the environmental movement? on November 7, alum Jacob Darwin Hamblin - he earned his bachelor's degree and Ph.D in history from the university - answered both of those questions, cluing the attendees in to ... (more)
Stephen Colbert Talks Working With Henry Kissinger, Staying in Character
At the New York Comedy Festival, the late-night host and his "Colbert Report" writers discussed how they come up with ideas and the stories behind some of show's most memorable moments.