Rice Working to Reshape U.S. Relations with Allies Juan Williams talks with Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice about the Bush administration's approach to U.S. diplomacy. She discusses how the world views the United States, and how she views herself.
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Rice Working to Reshape U.S. Relations with Allies

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Rice Working to Reshape U.S. Relations with Allies

Rice Working to Reshape U.S. Relations with Allies

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Senior correspondent Juan Williams talks with Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice about the Bush administration's approach to U.S. diplomacy. Rice has traveled around the world for face-to-face meetings with leaders as part of the strategy to repair and reshape relations with allied nations.

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