USIA


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USIA

abbr.
United States Information Agency

USIA

or U.S.I.A.,

United States Information Agency.
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His book is an institutional history of the USIA, not a history of American propaganda and public diplomacy, generally.
One chapter details the portrayals of everyday life in USIA campaigns, in which much of interest about American self-perceptions is revealed.
financed by the State Department, and promoted by USIA, served the needs of the United States government, civil rights advocates, and those interested in securing federal support for the arts.
Murrow, former director of the USIA, who argued that public diplomacy must be at the takeoff of policy, not merely its crash landing--in other words, that it is not the responsibility of public diplomats to repair the damage done by policymakers, but that both groups should work hand-in-hand.
21) Harner to USIA, 17 January 1962; Latin America; FSD 1954-1965; Records of the USIA, RG 306; NARA.
The USIA and USA for Africa grants laid the ground work for the continuation of the AUW-ISU linkage program.
Another source of people who know Afghanistan are the many people at the State Department, USIA, AID, and Peace Corps who have worked there over the years.
Warwick's Emma White headed the top class of the day at Solihull Riding Club's USIA show-jumping competition on long-time partner Dry Icicle.
In addition, the Foreign Relations Restructuring Act of 1998 merged several agencies, placing USIA under the Department of State.
Kemme also co-directed a collaborative USIA project to develop a business school at Comenius University in Bratislava, Slovakia, in 1992-93.
As one congressional aide told me in 1995, USIA wasn't even on the budget-cutters' radar screen until its director took it upon himself to brief the new Congress on his o wn peculiarly insular view of the organization's mission, which was essentially the opposite of its longstanding, and long recognized, purpose.
The women had applied for jobs as international radio broadcasters, radio electronic technicians, writers, editors and production specialists at the USIA and Voice of America between 1974 and 1984.