Condoleezza Rice News
Why India should have responded strongly against Pakistan after 26/11 Mumbai attacks
There comes a time when actions must speak louder than words. 26/11 was one such time when it just should have been done
Narendra Modi meets Tony Blair, John Howard and Henry Kissinger at JP Morgan International Council meet in Delhi
Narendra Modi on Tuesday met former British prime minister Tony Blair and former Prime Minister John Howard who are in India as part of the meeting of JP Morgan International Council.
Donald Trump's South Asia policy hard on Pakistan but seeks to use India to counter China; Afghanistan remains challenge
In the days to come, the Trump administration’s actions vis-à-vis the United States’ ‘forever war’ will determine the novelty of Trump’s New South Asia strategy.
Donald Trump's lewd comments 'offend' running mate Pence; McCain withdraws support
Trump nevertheless rejected growing calls from elected members of his own party to step aside over the 2005 remarks, insisting there is "zero chance I'll quit" the presidential race.
Former NSA Condoleezza Rice testifies at CIA leak trial
Former national security adviser Condoleezza Rice told jurors she was stunned to learn that a classified mission to thwart Iran's nuclear weapons ambitions had been leaked to the news media.
It is up to leadership of states to clean up terrorism: Rice
The US has "stepped in" at various junctures and after the 26/11 Mumbai terror attack, the issue was taken up with then Pakistan President Asif Ali Zardari, Rice said.
JK Rowling, Mo Farah and Stephen Fry, dazzle at Wimbledon
The All England Tennis Club, every year, continues to attract some of Britain's top celebrities across sport, entertainment and literature and stars from across the worls. Despite some high profile exits, this year has seen an array of big names.
Without US leadership, the world will be a chaotic place: Rice
Notwithstanding a rising China, the world is likely to be a more dangerous and chaotic place without American leadership, former US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice has said.
Republicans' eyes now on conservative VP nominee
Excited Republicans today looked forward to hearing from Mitt Romney's running mate, whose speech at the party's national convention was expected to both energise and reassure conservatives who had been wary of their nominee to unseat President Barack Obama.
Augusta, home of Masters, ends all-male member policy
Former US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice and financier Darla Moore will become the first women to don the renowned green jackets when the Augusta, Georgia, club re-opens for a new season in October.
Post-26/11, Mukherjee's words rattled Pakistan: Rice
Tough talking by the then External Affairs Minister Pranab Mukherjee, following the 26/11 attacks, rattled Pakistan.
Gaddafi, the 'African Princess' and an eerie fascination...
In her memoirs, former US diplomat Condoleeza Rice recalls Gaddafi's creepy crush on her - and how Manmohan Singh nearly chickened out of the civilian nuclear deal with the US.