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April 25, 2008

North American Leaders Summit: Supporting Diplomacy in Action

Rachel Poynter is a foreign affairs officer serving as the lead on environmental, health, and border economic development issues on… more
April 25, 2008

Cambodia's Vietnam War-Era Debt to the U.S.: A Contentious Issue

A few months ago, members of the public sent me nearly 150 questions on the U.S.-Cambodia Bilateral Relationship as part… more
April 25, 2008

What Role Should Religious Leaders Play in World Politics?

During Pope Benedict XVI's recent trip to America, his journeys spread beyond the world of religious events. He met with… more
April 18, 2008

U.S. Embassy in Beirut Tragedy: 25 Years Later

Richard Michaels serves as the Cultural Affairs Officer at the U.S. Embassy in Beirut, Lebanon. Policy Podcast Video: Remembering Beirut… more
April 17, 2008

Behind the Scenes: Pope Benedict XVI Visits U.S.

This blog entry is written by Nancy Brinker , Chief of Protocol at the U.S. Department of State. The past… more
April 15, 2008

DipNote Poll: Is the Increased Emphasis on Africa...

I went home to New York for Easter weekend and was surprised to find my work life infiltrating the holiday… more
April 11, 2008

Secretary Rice Meets With Icelandic Foreign Minister

Remarks by Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice and Icelandic Minister of Foreign Affairs Ingibjorg Solrun Gisladottir Before Their Meeting at… more
April 9, 2008

Out of the Cold: Helping the People of Tajikistan

About the Author: Anne Benjaminson serves as a Cultural Affairs Officer at the U.S. Embassy in Dushanbe, Tajikistan. In the… more
April 8, 2008

Hidden Prosperity and the Banana Index in Iraq

John A Matel serves as an ePRT Leader in Western Anbar, Iraq embedded with the U.S. Regimental Combat Team 5th… more