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The Dereliction of Duty: The Reason Behind Zanzibar’s Sudden Surrender

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The Dereliction of Duty: The Reason Behind Zanzibar’s Sudden Surrender in 2000 words
“The Dereliction of Duty” is a book written by Condoleezza Rice and published in 2006. The book focuses on the decision-making process used by the Bush administration to commit the United States to the invasion of Iraq and its occupation. In this article, I will explore a curious fact about that book that provides a deeper understanding of Rice’s character and behavior. That curious fact is related to Rican “Dr. Strangelove.”
Rice was portrayed in a remarkable performance by actor Barbara Hershey in the 1964 film “Dr. Strangelove.” This role gives us a glimpse into Rice’s unique personality traits and how they may have influenced her professional life. The book “The Dereliction of Duty” is a testament to Rice’s character and how it could affect her decision-making process as a public servant.
Perhaps we can see this connection between “Dr. Strangelove” and Rice if we examine two issues that occurred near the beginning of her political career: one relates to Rice’s character and the other relates to Wonder Annorathe Ai Carter, Dr. Strangelove’s wife.
The relationship between Stanley Kubrick’s “Dr. Strangelove” (1964) and Rice is undeniable and valuable, as she now works for him professionally \

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