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Rice Says She'll Work to Improve Ties with Allies

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Rice Says She'll Work to Improve Ties with Allies

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Rice Says She'll Work to Improve Ties with Allies

Rice Says She'll Work to Improve Ties with Allies

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U.S. Secretary of State-designate Condoleezza Rice sits before her U.S. Senate confirmation hearing on Capitol Hill in Washington, Jan. 18. hide caption

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Secretary of State nominee Condoleezza Rice begins two days of confirmation hearings on Capitol Hill. There is little doubt that she will be confirmed but not before answering some tough questions about the Bush administration's foreign policy.