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USIA

abbr.
United States Information Agency

USIA

or U.S.I.A.,

United States Information Agency.
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public diplomacy, from the first master, Benjamin Franklin, through the shutting down of the U.
In 1984, while a consultant to Crocker National Bank, he returned to government service when President Ronald Reagan nominated him as associate director for management with the U.
portion of the Alaska Pipeline and the Fulbright Student Program through the U.
Unit 131 (which may still exist) carried out several bombings, including the July 14, 1954, attack on the U.
government had also downgraded its international information programs, culminating in the closure of the U.
Prior to this and that, Israeli terrorists attempted to blow up the U.
In addition to his time with KNT News Service, he was editor-in-chief of yearbooks for Encyclopaedia Britannica, White House correspondent for the U.
Reestablishing the Arms Control and Disarmament Agency and the U.
Postal Service, worked for Sister Cities International, was Director of the Office of International Visitors at the U.
It would have been more accurate to note that Irving Kristol became head of CCF in 1952, the year he stepped down from the editorship of Commentary; that several of Commentary's contributors (Melvin Lasky, Sidney Hook, and Daniel Bell, for starters) received money that originated from the CIA during the 1950s and 1960s (with varying degrees of awareness on the writers' parts); and that its editor from 1960 to 1995, Norman Podhoretz, chaired an advisory committee to the U.
In the years prior to September 11th, both Congress and the various administrations downplayed the importance of funding public diplomacy activities, and in 1999 abolished the primary public diplomacy agency--the U.

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