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January 20, 2006

Listen to radio interviews of State Department officials and others who discuss current foreign policy issues.

Date
Guest
Show
Location
03/06/2006 Tom Casey, Director of the U.S. Department of State Office of Press Relations, Bureau of Public Affairs.

The Martha Zoller Show Alpine, Wyoming
01/20/2006 Tom Casey, Director of the U.S. Department of State Office of Press Relations, Bureau of Public Affairs.

Having been in the Foreign Service since 1988 and has worked in U.S. Embassies in Venezuela, Lagos, and Nigeria, Mr. Casey shared the latest news from Iraq and the U.S. position on several foreign policy issues.
Janet Parshall's America Washington, DC
01/19/2006 Gelawish Merani, Iraqi who along with her father Mikael Doski, was assisted by President George H. W. Bush recently in her leaving the Saddam regime. Janet Parshall's America Washington, DC
12/13/2005 Dawn Liberi, USAID Iraq Mission Director WFLA-AM Tampa, FL
12/13/2005 Liz Colton, US Embassy Spokesman, Baghdad, Iraq Martha Zoller Show, WDUN-AM Atlanta, GA
11/30/2005 Jeff Beals, Senior Political Counselor, US Embassy, Baghdad Grandy and Andy, WMAL-AM Washington, DC


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