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"U.S. Foreign Policy Efforts in Combating International Bribery and Corruption"


October 17, 2012

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On Wednesday, October 17, Craig Pike, an Economic Officer in the Office of Economic Affairs in the Bureau of Economic and Business Affairs spoke to approximately 80 students as part of the State Department’s Foreign Policy Classroom. The topic for this program was “U.S. Foreign Policy Efforts in Combating International Bribery and Corruption.” The students in attendance were from American University, Cal State Fullerton, Catholic University, George Mason University, George Washington University, Georgetown, Howard University, Johns Hopkins SAIS, Morgan State, University of Denver, University of Iowa, University of Pittsburg and University of Virginia. Mr. Pike was introduced by Jennifer Olson, a Public Affairs Officer in the Bureau of Public Affairs.



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Jennifer Olson, a Public Affairs Officer in the Bureau of Public Affairs, welcomes students to the State Department's Foreign Policy Classroom.
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Jennifer Olson, a Public Affairs Officer in the Bureau of Public Affairs, welcomes students to the State Department's Foreign Policy Classroom.
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