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Angola: Remarks

--11/21/08  Address to the First Annual International Conference on Africa; Phillip Carter III, Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs ; The Africa Initiative Project, ; Arizona State University, Tempe AZ
--11/12/08  President Bush Attends 2008 Bishop John T. Walker Memorial Dinner
--07/23/08  U.S.-Africa Relations: Building Alliances through Trade, Education, Culture, Diplomacy, Peace; Claudia E. Anyaso, Director, Office of Public Diplomacy and Public Affairs; Keynote Address at the U.S.-Africa Sister Cities Conference; Lansing, Michigan
--03/05/08  Africa: An Emerging Strategic Partner; Todd Moss, Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs; The Baltimore Council on Foreign Affairs; Baltimore, Maryland
--02/14/08  Partnership with Africa through Public Diplomacy and Development Assistance; Linda Thomas-Greenfield, Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary for African Affairs; National Council of International Visitors; Washington, DC
--12/01/07  Panel Discussion: Emerging Markets; Gregory L. Garland, Chief, Press and Public Affairs Office, Bureau for African Affairs; Whitney M Young MBA Conference; Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania
--07/18/07  Remarks for AGOA Forum; Secretary Condoleezza Rice; Washington, DC
--07/17/07  Democracy in Sub-Saharan Africa; Barry F. Lowenkron, Assistant Secretary of State for Democracy; Testimony Before the Senate Foreign Relations Subcommittee on African Affairs; Washington, DC
--06/25/07  Statement by Ambassador Zalmay Khalilzad, U.S. Permanent Representative, on Natural Resources and Conflict, at the Security Council
--06/13/07  Remarks on U.S.-Africa Policy; Gregory L. Garland, Chief, Press and Public Affairs, African Affairs; West & Central Africa Oil & Gas Conference; Houston, Texas
--05/31/07  President Bush Discusses United States International Development Agenda
--05/31/07  U.S.- Angola Chamber of Commerce Luncheon Meeting & U.S. Trade and Development Agency Grant Signing Ceremony; Jendayi E. Frazer, Assistant Secretary for African Affairs; Hotel Tropico; Luanda, Angola
--05/22/07  Remarks on Africa; Linda Thomas-Greenfield, Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary for African Affairs; Bethesda-Chevy Chase Rotary Club; Bethesda, Maryland
--05/09/07  Celebrating Angola Day; Jendayi E. Frazer, Assistant Secretary for African Affairs; Keynote Address at the Woodrow Wilson Center; Washington, DC
--05/04/07  The 42nd Annual Foreign Affairs Day ; Linda Thomas-Greenfield, Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary for African Affairs; Washington, DC
--04/05/07  Panel Discussion: "Responses to the Challenges of War, Political Violence, and Terrorism in the 21st Century"; Jerry Lanier, Office Director, Regional and Security Affairs, African Affairs; The Blackburn Center, Howard University; Washington, DC
--12/14/06  President Bush Attends White House Summit on Malaria
--07/20/06  Angola's Long Delayed Elections; Dan Mozena, Director, Office of Southern African Affairs; Statement Before The House International Relations Committee; Subcommittee on Africa, Global Human Rights & International Operations
--10/16/02  Africa's Weak States: U.S. Policy Options in Angola; Walter H. Kansteiner, III, Assistant Secretary for African Affairs; Testimony Before the Senate Committee on Foreign Relations Subcommittee on African Affairs; Washington, DC
--09/05/02  Remarks at a Special Meeting of the Joint Commission for the Implementation of the Lusaka Protocols; Secretary Colin L. Powell; Hotel Tropico; Luanda, Angola

  
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