Susan Rice

The Second-Term Interventionists

How Susan Rice and Samantha Power will impact Obama's foreign policy

How Susan Rice and Samantha Power will impact Obama's foreign policy.

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Susan Rice Won't Make Much Difference

Her new role as national security adviser will have little impact on Obama's foreign policy

Her new role as national security adviser will have little impact on Obama's foreign policy.

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Why Susan Rice is a better fit for national security adviser than for secretary of state.

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Defining Defiance Down

Obama's appointment of Susan Rice as national security advisor is not actually very bold

Obama's appointment of Susan Rice as national security advisor is not actually very bold.

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Cabinet appointments were meant to be clashes between the branches of government.

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Just like Susan Rice, Senator John Kerry was one of candidate Barack Obama’s earliest supporters, back when it was risky. The conventional wisdom was that Hillary Clinton was going to win and the people who had failed to join her would be left with tombstones for careers. (“A Clinton never forgets,” the terrified saying went.) Just like Rice, Kerry hoped for a certain, specific prize. For Rice it was national security advisor; for Kerry, secretary of state.

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BY THE TIME Susan Rice withdrew her name from the running for secretary of state earlier this month, she had emerged in the media as one of Washington’s most nefarious personalities.

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A roundup of Sen. John Kerry's foreign policy stances, including a little bit of dirty laundry.

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Why John McCain likes his new best friend.

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The fight over Susan Rice is a reminder that the GOP's lack of diversity hamstrings the party on a regular basis -- not just on Election Day.

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