The Albright touch

Waller, Douglas
June 1997
Time;6/16/1997, Vol. 149 Issue 24, p56
Looks at the style of diplomacy practiced by United States Secretary of State Madeleine Albright. Her active role; Her knowledge of other languages, which she uses extensively; Her toughness and willingness to stand up for herself and her country's interests; Her cultivation of the friendship of powerful men, both abroad and on Capital Hill; Results of her diplomacy; A report card of her efforts.


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