# Angelina Jolie Still Has Time Left


Angelina Jolie has been selected to join former US presidents and
politicians on a prestigious foreign policy council.

The actress was approved as a foreign policy leader on the Council on
Foreign Relations (CFR) on Thursday (06.07.07), in recognition of her work
as a UN Goodwill Ambassador.

The group includes former US presidents Bill Clinton and Jimmy Carter,
current politicians such as Condoleezza Rice and journalists.

Lisa Shields, vice president of communications at CFR, said:
"Angelina Jolie is accomplished in her field and has demonstrated serious interest in issues
such as Darfur, international education and refugees.

"As such, her profile fits very well with other young professionals we've
selected as the next generation of foreign policy leaders."

Angelina, 32, recently said she would rather be remembered for her
humanitarian work than her films.

The star joined the United Nations refugee agency in 2001 after visiting
Cambodia, where she adopted her first child, Maddox, now aged five, a year
later.

She has since visited refugee camps in over 30 countries and adopted two
more children - Zahara, two, from Ethiopia and Pax, three, from Vietnam.

Angelina and long-term lover Brad Pitt also have one-year-old daughter
Shiloh.