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U.S. Information Agency

A former organization of the U.S. State Department that distributed information to foreign countries. It advocated American policy abroad. During the Cold War, its content was largely pro-American propaganda. It existed from 1953 to 1999.
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Foreign Service Officers also serve with the United States Information Agency (USIA).
In March 1994 the dancers performed in six African nations under the sponsorship of the United States Information Agency.
in Political Science from Harvard University and during the Reagan Administration, served as Associate Director of the United States Information Agency (1986-1989).
Foreign Service in public diplomacy and public affairs with the United States Information Agency and the Department of State.
One of Washington's best-kept secrets is that Arts America, a division of the United States Information Agency (USIA), sends dance companies and choreographers all over the world for residencies and tours that involve many weeks of work.
But when Charles Wick, director of the United States Information Agency, visited Western Europe during the 1983 invasion, he encountered almost unanimous condemnation from America's allies and the European press.
In Islamic Extremism, Hughes makes a powerful case for a new and reenergized American public diplomacy effort--one that includes a new agency that replicates the positive features of the now-defunct United States Information Agency and embraces the new resources and skills available in communicating with a world that is changing politically and technologically.
org ), is a resident of Berkeley and served as chief information officer at the United States Information Agency during the Clinton administration.
Later, President Reagan appointed Robinson deputy director of the United States Information Agency and special adviser to the Secretary of State for public diplomacy.
For twenty-three years, Valerie Kreutzer was a broadcaster, writer and editor for Voice of America and the United States Information Agency in Washington, DC.
In Washington, he directed public diplomacy activities for all of Latin America for the United States Information Agency and served as communications director for Ambassador-at-Large for Counterterrorism L.
Rebuild (and modernize) the State Department, Agency for International Development, and United States Information Agency.
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