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2005
  

Bureau of Political-Military Affairs Remarks (2005)

--12/13/05  The Mine Action Support Group (MASG); Richard Kidd, Director, Office of Weapons Removal and Abatement, Bureau of Political-Military Affairs; Remarks to the Mine Action Support Group (MASG) at the Permanent Mission of Switzerland to the United Nations; New York City, New York
--12/05/05  Harmonizing Mine Action into Development Programs; John Stevens, Foreign Affairs Officer; Remarks at the Linking Mine Action to Development: Second Dialogue Meeting, GICHD; Geneva, Switzerland
--11/30/05  The Changing Nature of the Political-Military Interface; John Hillen, Assistant Secretary for Political-Military Affairs; Remarks at the Joint Worldwide Planning Conference, Edelweiss Conference Center; Garmisch, Germany
--11/03/05  Address to the 18th Annual Global Trade Controls Conference; John Hillen, Assistant Secretary for Political-Military Affairs; Remarks to the Conference; London, England
--10/06/05  Remarks for the National Conference for Landmine Action in Chicago, Illinois; Secretary Condoleezza Rice; Washington, DC
--06/24/05  Protecting Global Aviation: Keeping Nicaraguan Man-Portable Air Defense Systems Out of the Hands of Terrorists; Ambassador Rose M. Likins, Acting Assistant Secretary for Political-Military Affairs; Briefing at the Washington Foreign Press Center; Washington, DC
--06/14/05  Reducing the Harm Inflicted by Persistent Landmines; James F. Lawrence, Deputy Director of the Office of Weapons Removal and Abatement, Bureau of Political-Military Affairs; Prepared Statement of the U.S. at the Plenary of the Intersessional Standing Committee Meeting of the Anti-Personnel Mine Treaty; Geneva, Switzerland
--04/20/05  Reclaiming the Minefields; Rose M. Likins, Acting Assistant Secretary for Political-Military Affairs; Letter to the Editor; TIME Magazine
--04/12/05  Small Arms and Light Weapons; Ambassador Robert G. Loftis, Acting Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Political-Military Affairs; Remarks to the Organization of American States Small Arms/Light Weapons Meeting; Washington, DC
--03/05/05  Post Nairobi Summit: Perspectives on Global Policies to End the Landmine Crisis; Richard G. Kidd, Director of the Office of Weapons Removal and Abatement; Prepared Remarks at the United Nations Association of the United States of America (UNA-USA) Panel Discussion; New York, New York
--03/03/05  Address to the Polus Center for Social and Economic Development; Rose M. Likins, Acting Assistant Secretary of State for Political-Military Affairs; Prepared Remarks for the Polus Center 7th Annual Fundraiser Dinner; Northampton, Massachusetts

  
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