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U.S. Department of State

Diplomacy in Action

2011

December
-12/22/11  Preview of the 2012 Iowa Caucuses; New York, NY
-12/16/11  The Role of Foreign Policy in the 2012 U.S. Presidential Elections; Washington, DC
-12/15/11  U.S. Retailing - Trends in a Changing Industry; New York, NY
-12/08/11  "100,000 Strong Initiative" to Send American Students to Study in China; Washington, DC
-12/06/11  The Process of Electing the President of the United States: Role of Caucuses, Primaries and National Conventions; Washington, DC
-12/01/11  Preview of the Review Conference for the Biological Weapons Convention (BWC);  Deputy Assistant Secretary Thomas Countryman, Bureau of European and Eurasian Affairs; Washington, DC
-12/01/11  U.S. Policy Towards the Balkans; Washington, DC

November
-11/30/11  International Efforts in Fighting AIDS and a Preview of the XIX International AIDS Conference (AIDS 2012); Washington, DC
-11/30/11  World AIDS Day 2011: Marking Successes and Challenges in Fighting AIDS in the U.S.; New York, NY
-11/28/11  The U.S. - E.U. Summit; Washington, DC
-11/22/11  A Preview of the Climate Change Conference (COP-17) in Durban, South Africa;  Special Envoy for Climate Change Todd Stern; Washington, DC
-11/22/11  Readout of President Obama's Recent Trip to Asia; Washington, DC
-11/21/11  The State Department's New Bureau of Energy Resources: Shaping America's Global Energy Policy;  Special Envoy Carlos Pascual; Washington, DC
-11/10/11  "30 Mosques, 30 Days": Exploring Islam in America; New York, NY
-11/07/11  The Success of NATO Operations in Libya and the Vital Contributions of Partners Outside of NATO;  Permanent Representative to North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) Ivo Daalder; Washington, DC
-11/02/11  Progress and State of the Afghan Air Force as it Relates to Stability in Afghanistan; New York, NY
-11/02/11  Crowdfunding: Supporting Innovation and Entrepreneurship; New York, NY

October
-10/31/11  New York State's Efforts to Promote Economic Development and Stimulate Job Creation; New York, NY
-10/27/11  A Preview of the Special Event on the Economy and Women at the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD);  Ambassador-at-Large for Global Women's Issues Melanne Verveer; Washington, DC
-10/20/11  U.S. Priorities in Nuclear Arms;  Assistant Secretary Rose Gottemoeller, Bureau of Arms Control, Verification and Compliance; New York, NY
-10/18/11  Cybersecurity Update; Washington, DC
-10/14/11  Economic Statecraft and Foreign Policy Priorities;  Director of Policy Planning Jake Sullivan; New York, NY
-10/13/11  Free Trade Agreements with Colombia and Panama; Washington, DC

September
-09/29/11  Scene Setter for the Upcoming Americas Competitiveness Forum in Santo Doming, Dominican Republic; Washington, DC
-09/28/11  The 2013 Diversity Visa Program; Washington, DC
-09/27/11  Asia-Pacific U.S. Military Overview; Washington, DC
-09/26/11  U.S. Foreign Policy Agenda: UNGA 2011; New York, NY
-09/23/11  Economic Development: Entrepreneurship, Business Opportunities, and Mobilizing In-Country Resources;  Assistant Secretary Jose W. Fernandez, Bureau of Economic, Energy and Business Affairs; New York, NY
-09/23/11  U.S. Policy Priorities in South and Central Asia;  Assistant Secretary Robert O. Blake, Jr., Bureau of South and Central Asian Affairs; New York, NY
-09/22/11  Launch of the Global Counterterrorism Forum;  Coordinator Daniel Benjamin, Office of the Coordinator for Counterterrorism; New York, NY
-09/21/11  Preview of September 22 New Silk Road Ministerial; New York, NY
-09/21/11  U.S. Foreign Policy in the Asia-Pacific Region;  Assistant Secretary Kurt M. Campbell, Bureau of East Asian and Pacific Affairs; New York, NY
-09/20/11  Global Health Initiative and Non-Communicable Diseases; New York, NY
-09/20/11  The Launch of the Open Government Partnership;  Under Secretary for Democracy and Global Affairs Maria Otero; New York, NY
-09/19/11  U.S. International Economic Policy;  Under Secretary for Economic, Energy and Agricultural Affairs Robert D. Hormats; New York, NY
-09/15/11  The UNSCR 1540 Committee Visit to the U.S.: How the U.S. Combats WMD Terrorism;  Deputy Assistant Secretary for Nonproliferation Programs Simon Limage, Bureau of International Security and Nonproliferation; Washington, DC
-09/08/11  September 11th Tenth Anniversary; Washington, DC
-09/06/11  A Conversation with Congressman Gregory Meeks (D-NY); New York, NY

August
-08/19/11  The U.S. Government Response in Syria; Washington, DC
-08/18/11  Readout of Recent Trip to India;  Special Representative for Global Intergovernmental Affairs Reta Jo Lewis; Washington, DC
-08/11/11  Global Social Change and New Engagement in the Muslim World: Where We Go from Here and the Role of Youth and Social Media;  Special Representative Farah Anwar Pandith; New York, NY

July
-07/27/11  Secretary Clinton's Recent Trip to Asia;  Assistant Secretary Jose W. Fernandez, Bureau of Economic, Energy and Business Affairs; Washington, DC
-07/25/11  U.S. National Security Strategy Update; Washington, DC
-07/22/11  Read out on Secretary of State Clinton's Trip to India;  Assistant Secretary Robert O. Blake, Jr., Bureau of South and Central Asian Affairs; Washington, DC
-07/22/11  Humanitarian Situation in the Horn of Africa;  Deputy Assistant Secretary Reuben Brigety, Bureau of Population, Refugees, and Migration; Washington, DC
-07/20/11  Living Legacy: How the Civil War Shapes Contemporary America; Washington, DC
-07/19/11  Outcome of U.S.-China Governors Forum;  Special Representative for Global Intergovernmental Affairs Reta Jo Lewis; Washington, DC
-07/12/11  Update on U.S. Economy for Second Half of 2011; New York, NY
-07/11/11  Preview of the Launch of the Open Government Partnership;  Under Secretary for Democracy and Global Affairs Maria Otero; Washington, DC

June
-06/27/11  2011 Trafficking in Persons Report;  Ambassador-at-Large Luis CdeBaca, Office To Monitor and Combat Trafficking in Persons; Washington, DC
-06/23/11  New York Cosmos' Initiative to Fuse International Exchanges Through Soccer; New York, NY
-06/21/11  2012 Presidential Election - How Are Republican Governors Affecting Their Party's Chances?; Washington, DC
-06/20/11  Preview of Secretary of State Clinton's Upcoming Travel to Guatemala and Jamaica;  Assistant Secretary Arturo Valenzuela, Bureau of Western Hemisphere Affairs; Washington, DC
-06/16/11  How Companies and Small Business are Using Social Media and Mobile Platforms to Bolster Business; New York, NY
-06/14/11  The New York Forum; New York, NY
-06/09/11  The Debt Debate and its Political Implications; Washington, DC
-06/09/11  Obama Administration Fight Against HIV;  U.S. Ambassador M.D. Eric Goosby; New York, NY
-06/08/11  What's Up With the Weather This Year: Floods, Tornadoes, Hurricanes, & Wildfires; Washington, DC
-06/08/11  Debt Debate and its Financial Implications; New York, NY
-06/06/11  Recent Developments in the Western Balkans;  Deputy Assistant Secretary Thomas Countryman, Bureau of European and Eurasian Affairs; Washington, DC
-06/02/11  African Growth and Opportunity Act (AGOA) Forum and Efforts to Reauthorize the Act;  Assistant Secretary Johnnie Carson, Bureau of African Affairs; Washington, DC

May
-05/31/11  Rollout of New J-1 Visa Website; Washington, DC
-05/26/11  Know Before You Go: U.S. Customs and Border Protection travel tips for the 2011 Summer Travel Season; Washington, DC
-05/19/11  A Shortage of Women in Top Leadership Roles and Executive Education as Part of The Solution; New York, NY
-05/19/11  Mississippi River Flood Relief: An Operational Update; Washington, DC
-05/18/11  Release of the Obama Administration's International Strategy for Cyberspace; Washington, DC
-05/17/11  Preview of the OECD Paris Ministerial and OECD's 50th Anniversary Week Celebrations;  Under Secretary for Economic, Energy and Agricultural Affairs Robert D. Hormats; Washington, DC
-05/11/11  2011 Hours Against Hate Campaign Readout; Special Envoy to Monitor and Combat Anti-Semitism Hannah Rosenthal; Washington, DC
-05/09/11  Upcoming Arctic Council Ministerial;  Deputy Assistant Secretary David A. Balton, Bureau of Oceans and International Environmental and Scientific Affairs; Washington, DC
-05/06/11  The Ongoing Budget Debate; Washington, DC
-05/01/11  World Press Freedom Day at the Newseum;  Assistant Secretary Michael H. Posner, Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights, and Labor; Washington, DC
-05/03/11  U.S. Government's Policy Regarding Anti-Semitism; Special Envoy to Monitor and Combat Anti-Semitism Hannah Rosenthal; New York, NY
-05/03/11  Foreign Media Celebrates World Press Freedom Day;  Assistant Secretary Esther Brimmer, Bureau of International Organization Affairs; Washington, DC
-05/02/11  Death of Usama bin Ladin and the Reaction of the Muslim-American Community; Washington, DC

April
-04/27/11  Civil-Military Efforts in Afghanistan; Washington, DC
-04/27/11  Visas, Adoptions, Emergency Evacuations and Other Related Consular Issues;  Assistant Secretary for Consular Affairs Janice L. Jacobs; Washington, DC
-04/25/11  Successes of the President's Malaria Initiative, Malaria's National Security Implications, and Championing in the Fight Against Malaria; New York, NY
-04/21/11  Innovations in Earthquake Monitoring, Risk Assessment, and Preparation; Washington, DC
-04/20/11  A Preview of the U.S.-AU High Level Meetings in Washington, April 20-21;  U.S. Ambassador to the African Union Michael Battle; Washington, DC
-04/19/11  Secretary Clinton's Trip to Berlin for the Informal NATO Foreign Ministerial Meeting;  Assistant Secretary Philip H. Gordon, Bureau of European and Eurasian Affairs; Washington, DC
-04/15/11  Reopening of the Sendai Airport; New York, NY
-04/11/11  President Abraham Lincoln and the Beginning of the Civil War; Washington, DC
-04/11/11  Security Challenges and Opportunities in the Asia-Pacific; New York, NY
-04/08/11  Country Reports on Human Rights Practices for 2010;  Assistant Secretary Michael H. Posner, Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights, and Labor; Washington, DC
-04/05/11  Analysis of the Changing Characteristics in the U.S. Population; Washington, DC
-04/05/11  New Portrait of America: First 2010 Census Briefs; Washington, DC
-04/01/11  U.S. Humanitarian Assistance to Libya; Washington, DC

March
-03/31/11  Labor in a Down Economy and the Labor Movement; New York, NY
-03/17/11  President Obama's Upcoming Trip to Latin America;  Assistant Secretary Arturo Valenzuela, Bureau of Western Hemisphere Affairs; Washington, DC
-03/11/11  2011 Major League Soccer Season Preview; New York, NY
-03/10/11  Congress in Times of Disruption: A Historical Overview; Washington, DC
-03/03/11  U.S.-Turkey Economic Partnership Commission;  Assistant Secretary Jose W. Fernandez, Bureau of Economic, Energy and Business Affairs; Washington, DC
-03/01/11  The Peace Corps Today: Celebrating 50 years of Service Past, Present, and Future; Washington, DC

February
-02/28/11  Update on the BP Claims Compensation Process Resulting from the Gulf of Mexico Oil Spill; Washington, DC
-02/24/11  Current Global Events and Issues;  Assistant Secretary Philip J. Crowley, Bureau of Public Affairs; Washington, DC
-02/18/11  U.S. Africa Command (AFRICOM) The Commander's Perspective; Washington, DC
-02/17/11  Asia-Pacific U.S. Military Overview; Washington, DC
-02/16/11  Internet Freedom; Senior Advisor for Innovation Alec Ross; New York, NY
-02/16/11  Outlook and Overview of the U.S. Economy; New York, NY
-02/10/11  Overview of NY FBI Operations; New York, NY
-02/10/11  Treasury Action Pursuant to Section 311 of the USA Patriot Act; Washington, DC
-02/09/11  Education Reform/Closing Achievement Gap in the U.S. and Around the World; New York, NY
-02/02/11  U.S. Foreign Policy Goals and Objectives in Southeast Asia for 2011;  Assistant Secretary Kurt M. Campbell, Bureau of East Asian and Pacific Affairs; Washington, DC

January
-01/31/11  The New 112th Congress; Washington, DC
-01/28/11  Engagement with Muslim Communities around the World;  Special Representative Farah Anwar Pandith; Washington, DC
-01/27/11  The Obama Administration's 2011 Foreign Policy Priorities; Washington, DC
-01/25/11  Memorandum of Understanding: U.S.-China Governors Forum to Promote Subnational Cooperation;  Special Representative for Global Intergovernmental Affairs Reta Jo Lewis; Washington, DC
-01/20/11  Current Global Events and Issues;  Assistant Secretary Philip J. Crowley, Bureau of Public Affairs; Washington, DC
-01/20/11  Miss America 2011 and Women's Issues; New York, NY
-01/19/11  U.S. Government Policy in Africa: A Look at the Year Ahead; Washington, DC
-01/13/11  U.S. Government Efforts to Combat Intellectual Property Theft; Washington, DC
-01/11/11  Update on the Referendum Vote for Independence in Southern Sudan;  Assistant Secretary Johnnie Carson, Bureau of African Affairs; Washington, DC