CONDOLEEZZA RICE Nominated for Secretary of State
The Open Society Policy Center strongly encourages members of the Senate to examine Dr. Rice's record and question her positions and actions on foreign policy.

November 20, 2004

On November 16, 2004, President Bush nominated Condoleezza Rice for the post of Secretary of the State. The Secretary of State is the President’s principal foreign policy adviser and is responsible for foreign affairs that include diplomatic relations and negotiations with other nations.

Condoleezza Rice served as National Security Advisor during the first term of the Bush administration.

The Open Society Policy Center strongly encourages members of the Senate to examine Dr. Rice’s record and question her positions and actions on foreign policy. OSPC and other groups are collecting information about her record, and formulating questions for her Senate confirmation hearing. Please see the links below:

Center for American Progress: Sticky Rice

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