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  • Lecture posted June 20, 2012 by The Honorable Condoleezza Rice Leadership: America’s Critical Foreign Policy Role

    Abstract: American economic policy has dominated most of the current national political campaign. As important as our nation’s economic strength and vitality clearly must be, however, it cannot overshadow the role international affairs continues to play, and most definitely will play, in assuring our overall national well-being. Former Secretary of…

  • Lecture posted June 26, 2008 by The Honorable Condoleezza Rice The U.S. Position in Asia: Stronger Than Ever

    Delivered June 18, 2008 Thank you very much. I'd first like to thank Heritage Foundation President Ed Feulner for the kind intro­duction, and I'd also like you to know that the origin of the speech is actually that Ed and I were talking and he said, "You know, it's been a while since you came to talk to us. Why don't you come back and talk to us about Asia…

  • Lecture posted October 30, 2006 by The Honorable Condoleezza Rice U.S. Policy in Northeast Asia

    EDWIN J. FEULNER, Ph.D., President of The Heritage Foundation: The Heritage Foundation is honored to welcome you to this, our 11th B.C. Lee Lecture. This annual endowed lecture series is named in honor of the late B.C. Lee, founder of the Samsung Group of Korea.  These lectures focus on U.S. relations with the Asia-Pacific region. Their aim is to…

  • Lecture posted December 16, 2005 by The Honorable Condoleezza Rice International Support for Iraqi Democracy

    Thank you very much, Ed. I'd like to first thank Ed Feulner for that kind introduction. We were just remembering outside that we first met at Camp David when President George H. W. Bush had some people together to talk about the Soviet Union. He was going off to meet with Mikhail Gorbachev that December and it seems like a lifetime ago that there was actually a…

  • WebMemo posted December 14, 2005 by The Honorable Condoleezza Rice International Support for Iraqi Democracy

    Thank you very much, Ed. I'd like to first thank Ed Feulner for that kind introduction. We were just remembering outside that we first met at Camp David when President George H.W. Bush had some people together to talk about the Soviet Union. He was going off to meet with Mikhail Gorbachev that December and it seems like a lifetime ago that there was actually a…

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