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United States general who was the first African American to serve as chief of staff

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Now, Collin Powell, which is affiliated with the Republican Party, realizes that the campaign launched by his party for its presidential candidate McCain committed a mistake when it insulted Obama because of his Arab and Islamic origin.
General Brooks is mentioned in the book written by the former United States Secretary of State, Collin Powell who served under General Brooks.
said Sarah Lawson, who listened to a Fox News broadcast of an interview with Secretary of State Collin Powell as she watched her 2-year-old son, Caleb.
During the period from June 1995 to June 1996, Collin Powell was the main topic 47 times, O.
State Secretary Collin Powell told a press conference.
Secretary of State Collin Powell makes a hurried visit to Africa in mid-May close on the heels of the birth of the African Union, and proceeds to talk about regionalism -- "in a regional context, "where on a regional basis", "within the regional area" in one short answer to a question in South Africa.
He reminded me that three weeks after the war on Iraq, the then Secretary of State Collin Powell visited him and made many demands to which the president's response was no, no and no.
The US has been the only country to label the Darfur conflict as genocide in 2004 by Secretary of State Collin Powell though some US officials later were reluctant to continue using the term including former US special envoy to Sudan Andrew Natsios.
Former US state secretary Collin Powell brought out the Muslim debate in the best way only he could have possibly done.
In a July 14, 2003 letter to Secretary of State Collin Powell, Plavin said, "Our concern is that without flexibility in implementing these requirements, there will be confusion and serious disruption at airport entry points throughout the country to the detriment of the U.
The decision to put Taliban detainees under the cover of the Geneva Convention followed a policy review within the Bush administration prompted by concerns expressed by Secretary of State Collin Powell on possible repercussions to the U.