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Policy Overviews: 2010 Releases



-10/06/10  Secretary Clinton Congratulates Winners of First Apps4Africa Competition; Office of the Spokesman; Washington, DC
-10/05/10  Obama Administration's Pledge to Global Fund to Fight HIV/AIDS, Malaria and Tuberculosis; Office of the Spokesman; Washington, DC
-10/05/10  The Obama Administration's Support for the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis, and Malaria;  U.S. Ambassador M.D. Eric Goosby, Global AIDS Coordinator; Teleconference Briefing; Washington, DC
-06/18/10  World Refugee Day;  Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton; Ben Franklin Room; Washington, DC
-06/14/10  U.S. Priorities for sub-Saharan Africa;  Assistant Secretary Johnnie Carson, Bureau of African Affairs; Diplomacy Briefing Series: Conference on sub-Saharan Africa; Washington, DC
-04/22/10  Joint Statement on the First U.S. - A.U. High-Level Bilateral Meetings; Office of the Spokesman; Washington, DC
-04/21/10  First Annual U.S.-African Union High Level Bilateral Meetings At the Department of State;  Deputy Secretary for Management and Resources Jacob J. Lew; Washington, DC
-04/05/10  U.S.-Africa Policy Under the Obama Administration;  Assistant Secretary Johnnie Carson, Bureau of African Affairs; Harvard University Africa Focus Program; Washington, DC
-03/25/10  The Obama Administration and International Law;  Legal Adviser, U.S. Department of State Harold Hongju Koh; Annual Meeting of the American Society of International Law; Washington, DC
-03/24/10  U.S. Policy in sub-Saharan Africa;  Assistant Secretary Johnnie Carson, Bureau of African Affairs; Washington, DC
-03/12/10  U.S. Policy in Somalia;  Assistant Secretary Johnnie Carson, Bureau of African Affairs; Washington, DC
-02/25/10  Strengthening the United States Relationship With Africa;  Assistant Secretary Johnnie Carson, Bureau of African Affairs; At The Embassy of the Republic of Ghana; Washington, DC

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