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Susan Elizabeth Rice

Date of Birth: 17/11/1964
Place of Birth: Washington D.C., United States


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Bienvenue a` Ouaga

’ While the foreign ministers in Burkina Faso were deliberating about sending an OAU monitoring mission to the disputed Ethiopian-Eritrean border (which was agreed on 9 June, though the mission’s composition was not) the real diplomacy was being done by the United States Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs, Susan Rice, and her team and by officials from the office of the Rwandan Vice- President, Gen...


African roadshow rolls

At the helm is Assistant Secretary of State Susan Rice, a striking and energetic 34-year old African- American who actively ensures African issues reach President Clinton’s desk...


After Yar'Adua

Some were concerned by news that the Chagourys, by contributing US$460,000 to the United States 'Vote '96' campaign, had dinner at the White House and subsequently met the Reverend Jesse Jackson, President Bill Clinton's deputy National Security Advisor, James Steinberg, and Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs, Susan Rice...


Cairo competes

Secretary of State Madeleine Albright took her Africa deputy, Susan Rice, on recent visits to Ethiopia and Uganda...


Madeleine's mission

Albright's new Africa team headed by Assistant Secretary of State for Africa, Susan Rice, has been shaping a new agenda for American policy on Africa...


The general's labyrinth

In President Bill Clinton's first term, there was competition between the African Affairs directorate of the National Security Council, headed by Susan Rice, and the State Department team under Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs George Moose...


A brigadier calls

Like El Sadig, Abdel Aziz will meet the NSC's Africa chief, Susan Rice, who is still slated as the next Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs and is hardline on Sudan (and Nigeria)...


A bend in the river

Sending his nephew to negotiate with Kabila in South Africa, then denying he represented him was vintage Mobutu; but it backfired as the government delegation looked clumsy while Kabila won more international credibility – meeting President Nelson Mandela (who introduced him as General Kabila) and US policy makers such as Assistant Secretary of State, George Moose, and National Security Council Africa Director, Susan Rice...


Albright's team

Susan Rice, the 33 year-old Special Assistant to the President and Senior Director of African Affairs at the National Security Council, is a Rhodes Scholar with a Ph...

If Susan Rice leaves the National Security Council for the State Department, Shawn McCormick would be, at 30 years old, the seasoned Africa hand at the White House...


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