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May 8, 2008

Colombia: An Opportunity for Lasting Success

About the Author: Charles S. Shapiro serves as the Senior Coordinator of the State Department’s Western Hemisphere Affairs Free Trade… more
May 7, 2008

U.S. Embassy Helps Americans in Burma Cyclone

About the Author: Steve Royster serves as the Spokesman for the U.S. Department of State's Bureau of Consular Affairs. VIEW… more
May 6, 2008

Afghanistan: Korengal Engagement

About the Author: Alison Blosser is a State Department Representative/Political Officer with the Provincial Reconstruction Team (PRT) in Asadabad, Kunar… more
May 5, 2008

Concerns About Adoptions From Vietnam

Americans adopt more children from foreign countries every year than all other countries in the world combined. The United States… more
May 5, 2008

Monday, May 5

Iran Refuses To Talk With U.S. Until Assaults on Shiite Militias are Halted State Department Official To Visit North Korea… more
May 2, 2008

What Impact Would Press Freedom Have on People Without It?

Freedom of the press is treasured in the United States. This freedom is a liberty not enjoyed by everyone in… more
May 2, 2008

Today's Top Issues -- Friday, May 2

North Korea To Demolish Tower at Nuclear Site : North Korea agrees to blow up tower at its nuclear facility… more
April 30, 2008

Today's Top Issues -- Wednesday, April 30

Middle East Peace -- Rice Says Palestinians Losing Hope for Peace Deal [Associated Press] Continued Political Unrest in Zimbabwe :… more
April 29, 2008

Today's Top Issues -- Tuesday, April 29

Here’s a look at some of the stories in the news that the Spokesman will most likely be asked about… more
April 28, 2008

Today's Top Issues

Here’s a look at some of the stories in the news that the Spokesman will most likely be asked about… more

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