Henry A. Kissinger

Interviews

Interview with The Mail Today

March 18, 2012 - New Delhi, India

According to the arch-priest of US foreign policy, former US Secretary of State Henry Kissinger, an India pursuing a policy of “strategic autonomy” is the preferable option for the United States.

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Interview with Newsweek

"Meeting of the Diplomats"

Two of the most prominent secretaries of state in recent history sat down with NEWSWEEK's Jon Meacham to discuss their relationships with their respective presidents and the difficulties of managing diplomacy during wartime.

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Interview with Der Spiegel

"Obama Is Like a Chess Player"

Dr. Kissinger, 90 years ago, at the end of World War I, the Treaty of Versailles was signed. Is that an event of the past only of interest to historians or does it still shape contemporary politics?

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Interview for CNN's 'Fareed Zakaria GPS'

Sunday, June 8, 2008

Henry, you've watched administrations in high points and low points. You worked for a president who went through some very rough times. What do you think is the most important skill that a president is going to need in 2009? What could throw them off course?

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Lunch with the FT: Henry Kissinger

May 24/25, 2008

I choose Bravo Gianni, an elegant Upper East Side restaurant, for my lunch with Henry Kissinger because it is in a quiet residential area close to his office.

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Interview with Der Spiegel

New York - February 18, 2008

SPIEGEL: Dr. Kissinger, you have endorsed Senator John McCain as your choice for the White House. McCain, though, has said he would be prepared to stay in Iraq for another 100 years. Are you sure he is the right man for the job?

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Interview with TIME.com

December 5, 2007

Vladimir Putin's chosen successor, Dmitiri Medvedev, says he would like President Putin to stay in the Kremlin as Prime Minister. That doesn't sound much like a democratic transition.

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Interview with The Atlantic

April 18, 2007

Tell me what it was like being a young academic—or a younger academic, a youngish academic—and suddenly coming into the superheated political environment of the Nixon White House with all these powerful—

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