At the core of the strategy is a four-pillar approachReport calls war on terror inadequate Sep 25, 2008
No president can be expected to solve every problem, but Senator Obama has already shown he has the toughness and good judgment to confront our enemies without alienating our friendsDems praise Obama's stance on security Aug 27, 2008
Memo to the President-Elect: How We Can Restore America's Reputation and LeadershipAlbright: Pronouncements won't make peace Jan 15, 2008
The American military is both the problem and the solution. They are a magnet (for insurgents) but they're also helping with securityDemocrats varied on Iraq withdrawal plans Dec 05, 2005
United Nations Secretary-General Kofi Annan's proposal to establish a Human Rights Council to replace the U.N. Commission on Human Rights will restore credibility to the U.N. in pursuit of one of its core missions, the promotion and protection of human rightsAlbright, Cook hail new U.N. rights plan Apr 06, 2005
Madeleine Korbel Albright (born May 15, 1937) is the first woman to become a United States Secretary of State. She was appointed by U.S. President Bill Clinton on December 5, 1996, and was unanimously confirmed by a U.S. Senate vote of 99-0. She was sworn in on January 23, 1997.
Albright now serves as a Professor of International Relations at Georgetown University's Walsh School of Foreign Service. Her PhD is from Columbia University. She holds honorary degrees from the University of Washington (2002); Smith College (2003); University of Winnipeg (2005); the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (2007), and Knox College (2008). Secretary Albright also serves as a Director on the Board of the Council on Foreign Relations.
Albright is fluent in English, French, Russian, and Czech; she speaks and reads Polish and Serbo-Croatian as well.