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Revealing Rice -- A Mixed Legacy of Success and Failure

In late 2004 when it was announced that National Security Advisor Condoleezza Rice would assume the role of Secretary of State, many hoped she would be able to convert her influence garnered from her closeness to the President into a constructive rebalancing of U.S. foreign policy. Veteran diplomatic correspondent Glenn Kessler in his book The Confidante, chronicles in intimate detail the successes and failures of Secretary Rice's first two years to reorient U.S. foreign policy to contain and repair the damage of President Bush's first term. Glenn Kessler is a diplomatic correspondent for The Washington Post and has been the recipient of numerous awards, including two shared Pulitzer Prizes.
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