The fight broke out between the two men over an argument about whether or not Vladimir Putin was a "murderer and a criminal."
"It is my recommendation that Ukraine withdraws her troops from the territory...as soon as possible," Donbas rebel envoy in Finland Johan Bäckman told Newsweek.
"You see issues like Crimea and Ukraine, in particular, and other areas now pressuring this bubble, this balloon, that was around the Arctic," U.S. Arctic Research Commission Chair Michael Sfraga told Newsweek.
The vice president is leading the U.S. delegation to the Munich Security Conference as tensions remain high between Russia and Ukraine.
Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Wang Wenbin asked that the U.S. not "hype up and sensationalize the crisis and escalate tensions" over Ukraine.
Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro said the two sides "endorsed an area for strong military cooperation between Russia and Venezuela to defend peace, sovereignty and territorial integrity,"
Newsweek has charted out China's global network of bilateral partnerships with more than 100 countries.
The Taliban's Al-Hanafi Wardak told Newsweek the group will "be forced to reconsider its foreign policy towards the United States" if Washington doesn't back down.
Russia's ministry of defense said earlier that a Virginia-class submarine of the U.S. Navy had breached its territorial waters and entered the Kuril Islands.
Any human rights focused policy is difficult in the short-term and will ruffle some relationships. In the long-term, it will lead to a more stable Middle East.
"There is an escalation by the countries of aggression against our country, under clear directives from America," Ansar Allah's deputy information secretary told Newsweek.
"We don't have full visibility into President Putin's decision-making," a senior administration official told reporters Saturday.
"Claims by politicians of Russia's plans to 'attack' Ukraine during or after the Olympics are not substantiated by any evidence," Russia's ambassador told Newsweek.
Two U.S. officials confirmed to Newsweek that Russia could stage an invasion of Ukraine within days but a consensus on Moscow's plans eludes the intelligence community.
The plan from the White House stands to "demand more of the United States in the Indo-Pacific than has been asked of us since the Second World War."
"Your right to make a political statement does not outweigh the right of hundreds," Premier Doug Ford told protesters.
The president warned Americans to leave Ukraine amid the threat of an invasion by Russia, which is stepping up pressure on Europe's gas supplies as leverage.
Africa, not the Middle East, is the breeding ground of Islamist terrorism today.
An investigation is looking into the cause of January's "landing mishap," while another probe is focusing on the source of leaked images.
"What's comically unfortunate is that they have employed disinformation and saber-rattling for centuries. Yet we never learn," a U.S. official told Newsweek.
Puerto Rico's freedom is inevitable.
"Goodwill in practice, in our view, is something tangible happening on the ground," Iranian Foreign Minister Hossein Amir-Abdollahian said in comments shared with Newsweek.
"This is not a signal that we are about to reach an understanding on a mutual return to full implementation of the JCPOA," a State Department spokesperson said.
"The NSC did not conduct its first senior meeting to discuss the withdrawal until August 14 at 3:30pm, just hours before Kabul fell," the United States Senate Committee on Foreign Relations Minority Report said.
"The recent U.S. raid is another flagrant violation of Syria's sovereignty, unity, and territorial integrity," Syrian diplomat Aliaa Ali told Newsweek.
The U.S. has already started facing challenges to its superpower status from China...growing alliance between China and Russia has added further force to it," professor Ashok Swain told Newsweek.
As Newsweek tracked the operation in real-time, President Joe Biden confirmed that ISIS leader Abu Ibrahim al-Hashimi al-Qurayshi was the target.