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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

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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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Hear an extended interview with Condoleezza Rice

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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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