Master perfumer Francis Kurkdjian hit a home run with this one, and I cannot help but praise the contemporaneity in the way the notes in JPG Le Male are crossbred to create an oozing aura packed with reminiscence, awe, and comfort.
You can tell it's watered down, less powdery smell, less projection, the beast sillage is gone!
She was one of the first high-profile foreign policy staffers to sign onto Obama's campaign, as most of her peers had supported Hillary Clinton during the presidential primaries.
Rice took a disparaging view of Obama's Republican opponent in the campaign, John Mc Cain, calling his policies "reckless" and dismissing the Arizona senator's trip to Iraq as "strolling around the market in a flak jacket".
The first time a reformulation is better than the original.
Le Male is magnetically attractive fragrance which seduces with its uniqueness; it is built on contrasts: traditional and bold, fresh and mild, strong and sensual, in one word: absolutely irresistible for women.
As the 2011 Libyan Civil War progressed, Rice made clear that the United States and the international community saw a clear choice for Gaddafi and his aides: step down from power or face significant consequences.
Rice offered some of the toughest rhetoric toward Gaddafi, blasting his denials of atrocities against his own citizens as "frankly, delusional".
The top notes are composed of mint, lavender and bergamot.
In 2002, she joined the Brookings Institution as senior fellow in the foreign policy program. During the 2004 presidential campaign, Rice served as a foreign policy adviser to John Kerry.
Rice went on leave from the Brookings Institution to serve as a senior foreign policy adviser to Barack Obama in his 2008 presidential campaign.
The Rwandan government was a client when Rice worked at Intellibridge in 2001–02.
some observers criticized the Sierra Leone agreement as too indulgent of the Revolutionary United Front (RUF) and for bringing the war criminal Foday Sankoh into government, leading to the adoption of United Nations Security Council Resolution 1313, which blamed the RUF for the continuing conflict in the west African country. foreign policy, weak and failing states, the implications of global poverty, and transnational threats to security.