Dr. Condoleezza  Rice

Dr. Condoleezza Rice

Former US Secretary of State (2005-2009)

Date of Birth: 14/11/1954
Place of Birth: Birmingham, Alabama

Education: BA cum laude Political Science, University of Denver, 1974; MA, University of Notre Dame, 1975; PhD, Graduate School of International Studies, University of Denver, 1981.

Career: Intern in the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs, 1977; Director, Senior Director of Soviet and east European affairs at the National Security Council, Special Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs, 1989-1991; Provost of Stanford University; Professor of Political Science, Stanford; Senior fellow, Institute for International Studies. Fellow, Hoover Institution; Fellow; American Academy of Arts and Sciences, 1991-1999; Special Assistant to the director of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, 1996;  Federal Advisory committee on gender-integrated training in the military, 1997; US national security adviser, 2000-2004; US Secretary of State, 2005-2009.



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Vol 50 N0 2


No longer at ease

Though it was announced in Khartoum that he was going as national Vice-President, it was essentially as Southern President that he met Bush, Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice, Defense Secretary Robert Gates (still in post) and a host of officials, Congress people and diplomats...

Vol 49 N0 20


Alarmed allies

Feingold (Democrat, Wisconsin), Chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee's Subcommittee on African Affairs, wrote to Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice arguing that 'military assistance to some African nations could undermine long-term stability by associating the United States with forces engaged in political repression or other gross violations of human rights...

Vol 49 N0 9


Oddly normal

He declared in February that US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice could ‘lick her elbow if she thinks that Khartoum will kneel down to her conditions and accept pressure from her or the international community’...

Vol 49 N0 5


The Harambee House deal

Appointing former High Commissioner to London Sally Kosgey, who was on the ODM negotiating team, would make sense; she was at Stanford University with United States Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice and the two have stayed in close contact...

Vol 49 N0 4


The safari talks

Those are the fears that United States Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice will face when she arrives in Nairobi next week...

Vol 48 N0 23


This time I'm going. No, really

They have written to Amsco, to US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice and to former US Ambassador Christopher Dell, asking why the US backs a company whose director is sanctioned under the US Zimbabwe Democracy and Economic Recovery Act...

Vol 48 N0 22


New chiefs now, new policies later

New Bank President Robert Zoellick won a provisional pass at the Annual Meetings in Washington DC on 20-22 October: the rumoured ‘anger management’ issues and national partisanship (he was formerly deputy to United States Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice) were not evident...

Vol 48 N0 21


Security seats

Libya's election to the UNSC comes a month after Gadaffi's fourth son and National Security Advisor, Al-Motassim Billah, and the Libyan intelligence director, Musa Kusa, met with US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice at the UN General Assembly...

Vol 48 N0 20


A Katsina man in New York

Later that day, he met with US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice for talks in which Nigeria's command of the UN Darfur mission and security in the oil-rich Niger Delta topped the agenda...

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Caught in the act

Some predict friction with UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon, who phoned US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice just as Bush was to speak on Sudan, asking Washington to give Khartoum 'more time'...

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