The pair, from opposing ends of the political spectrum, recently advocated for Ukraine to consider a settlement in order to achieve a quicker peace deal.
An adviser to Volodymyr Zelensky wrote that Ukrainians are too busy "defending freedom and democracy" to listen to the former secretary of state's advice.
The former U.S. Secretary of State said to continue the war means risking destroying Europe's stability in the long term.
It's impossible to predict whether Putin will decide to reach toward Russia's nuclear arsenal before ending the war, the former secretary of state said.
An "all-out" attack on Taiwan was unlikely in the next decade, said the former secretary of state, but China would seek to weaken Taiwan's autonomy.
The 97-year-old former secretary of state said peaceful relations between the U.S. and China could continue if policies were enacted to restrain China's dominance in the tech sector.
As some call for a boycott of the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics, more sports interaction could be helpful, like "Ping Pong Diplomacy" 50 years ago that helped thaw part of the Cold War.
The veteran diplomat said that Washington, D.C. and Beijing must learn to live with each other despite their radically different ideas on governance.
All Pentagon advisory board members were removed as Biden Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin cleans house of all previous administration appointees.
A Kremlin spokesman said the two keep in close touch.
In the Middle East, it is possible that the enemy of our enemy is also an enemy.
Greg Grandin admonished The New York Times Book Review for a conflict of interest—but Grandin had a book-review-related conflict of interest of his own.
America should cultivate, with Western Europe, a vital Atlantic partnership that embraces the cultures of the universe.