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2005

--12/08/05  Human Rights: A Cornerstone of U.S. Foreign Policy; Bureau of Public Affairs; Washington, DC
--12/01/05  The State of Democracy in Venezuela ; Bureau of Public Affairs; Washington, DC
--11/22/05  Furthering Middle East Peace: The Palestinian-Israeli Agreement on Gaza Border Crossings and Access; Bureau of Public Affairs; Washington, DC
--11/10/05  Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation Forum 2005: Busan, South Korea; Bureau of Public Affairs; Washington, DC
--11/07/05  Broader Middle East and North Africa Region, Forum for the Future, Bahrain 2005; Bureau of Public Affairs; Washington, DC
--11/02/05  Avian Influenza: An International Partnership To Meet A Global Threat ; Bureau of Public Affairs; Washington, DC
--09/12/05  The U.S. Approach to International Development; Bureau of Public Affairs; Washington, DC
--09/08/05  Key U.S. Initiatives at the United Nations: Democracy Fund, Democracy Caucus, and Human Rights Council; Bureau of Public Affairs; Washington, DC
--09/08/05  U.S. Participation in the United Nations: Financial Contributions; Bureau of Public Affairs; Washington, DC
--09/08/05  U.S. Priorities at the United Nations 60th General Assembly: Counterterrorism; Bureau of Public Affairs; Washington, DC
--09/08/05  U.S. Priorities for a Stronger, More Effective United Nations; Bureau of Public Affairs; Washington, DC
--07/20/05  Secretary of State Rice Announces New AGOA Fund To Promote African Economic Growth; Bureau of Public Affairs; Washington, DC
--07/18/05  The Middle East Partnership Initiative: U.S. Support for Freedom and Democracy in the Middle East ; Bureau of Public Affairs; Washington, DC
--07/11/05  Key U.S. Government Assistance Programs for Africa; Bureau of Public Affairs; Washington, DC
--06/27/05  The President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief: Five-Year Strategy; Bureau of Public Affairs; Washington, DC
--06/20/05  U.S. Priorities for a Stronger, More Effective United Nations; Bureau of Public Affairs; Washington, DC
--06/15/05   Key U.S. Government Assistance Programs for Africa; Bureau of Public Affairs; Washington, DC
--05/31/05   The United States and International Development: Fostering Hope Through Growth ; Bureau of Public Affairs; Washington, DC
--03/17/05  U.S. Support For Women Worldwide: Freedom, Empowerment, and Opportunity; Bureau of Public Affairs; Washington, DC
--03/07/05  The Middle East Partnership Initiative: Working with Reformers to Strengthen Democracy and Opportunity;  Bureau of Public Affairs; Washington, DC
--02/08/05  World Leaders React to the Iraqi Elections; Bureau of Public Affairs; Washington, DC
--02/01/05  The Iraqi Elections: Initial Results; Bureau of Public Affairs; Washington, DC
--01/25/05  Iraqi Elections: January 30, 2005; Bureau of Public Affairs; Washington, DC
--01/14/05  The Plus Program: Building Relationships Through Education; Bureau of Public Affairs; Washington, DC
--01/06/05  Iraq: Building a New Society ; Bureau of Public Affairs

  
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