Watch Live: Assistant Secretary Brimmer Speaks on U.S. Goals and Objectives at UNGA

Posted by DipNote Bloggers
September 15, 2010
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Wednesday, September 15, Assistant Secretary Brimmer will speak at the Johns Hopkins University Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) on “The United States at the U.N. and Beyond: A World of Transnational Challenges.” Her remarks will include discussion of U.S. goals and objectives for the 65th session of the UN General Assembly (UNGA). The speech will take place at 12:30 p.m. EDT. SAIS will host a live webcast, which you can view at www.sais-jhu.edu.

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Donald M.
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Virginia, USA
September 15, 2010

Donald M. in Virginia writes:

I think more pressure on the Iran Government to release Mr. Bob Levinson, along with the other hikers.

Donald M.
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Virginia, USA
September 26, 2010

Donald M. in Virginia writes:

I seriously doubt anything really got accomplished other than the Iran Leader spouting off lies. He doesn't even believe what happened to the Jews is real, even though there is countless evidence of the death camps used by the Germans back in World War 2. He is in denial of the facts and the truth. He could just be "Afraid of the truth" or facts. I would think the United States should consider recommending Dr. Phil the next time the Iran Leader returns to New York. Apparently, the man needs his head examined. I was impressed with President Barack Obama statement in reply. However, I think in future it will require more "Meat and Potatoes" and something to back it up if or when the Iran Leader decides to open his trap. Either that or just let the Iran Leader spout off his false claims and make himself look bad to the world. I know this would be kinda silly of me to say, but the man had a gull to make those statements arriving in our country. If someone from our country made the same statements in his country, how would he react? Doesn't he even think before he speaks?

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