North Korea is creating a program for up to 10,000 centrifuges but nobody knows how many are operational, said Albright.
“It's very hard to be an ambassador behind the walls,” Albright said.
Albright apparently asked, presumably mischievously, if he would be given an Indian visa.
Today Albright is Chair of the international strategic consulting firm Albright Stonebridge Group.
“I used to work for Encyclopedia Britannica and that book has gone out of style,” Albright quipped.
A yellow clingstone grown by a Mr. Albright, Placerville, California.
"Two to one the bush is swarming with them—in quids," Albright whispered.
You'll break out a case of tobacco, Mr. Albright, and a few trade-knives.
Lieutenant-Colonel Albright was leading our regiment and I was by his side.
Suddenly Albright, looking back across his shoulders, moved like a cat and picked up something from ten feet away.