Rice in sticky Great Lakes fishing dispute
Recently, Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice was described by one of Australia's biggest newspapers as the world's most powerful woman.
Now, in addition to her duties in Iraq and other hot spots around the globe, she is being asked to cast an eye toward the Great Lakes to help settle a potentially divisive issue: fishing rights.
Stetson Tinkham, deputy director of the State Department's office of marine conservation, acknowledged in an interview that Rice's agency has quietly started ...
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