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Bureau of Political-Military Affairs, Remarks (2009)



-12/10/09  Defense Trade Cooperation Treaties;  Assistant Secretary Andrew J. Shapiro, Political-Military Affairs; Statement before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee; Washington, DC
-12/09/09  A Strategic and Economic Review of Aerospace Exports; Acting Deputy Assistant Secretary Robert S. Kovac, Political-Military Affairs; Statement before the Subcommittee on Terrorism, Nonproliferation and Trade of the House Foreign Affairs Committee; Washington, DC
-12/02/09  Administration's Strategy for Afghanistan and Pakistan;  Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton; Opening Remarks Before the United States Senate Armed Services Committee; Washington, DC
-11/18/09  Remarks at a Security Council Debate on Piracy and Somalia, in the Security Council Chamber; Deputy Permanent Representative to the United Nations Rosemary A. DiCarlo; U.S. Mission to the United Nations; New York City
-10/22/09  Annual Presentation of the AMVER Awards;  Assistant Secretary Andrew J. Shapiro, Political-Military Affairs; International Propeller Club of the United States, International Port of Piraeus, Greece/Atlantic Merchant Vessel Reporting (AMVER) Dinner Awards; Athens, Greece
-10/05/09  Town Hall with Secretary of Defense Gates on American Power and Persuasion;  Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton; George Washington University; Washington, DC
-09/16/09  Taking Diplomatic Action Against Piracy;  Assistant Secretary Andrew J. Shapiro, Political-Military Affairs; Remarks to the Global Maritime Information Sharing Symposium, National Defense University; Washington, DC
-09/09/09  Political-Military Affairs: Smart Power Starts Here;  Assistant Secretary Andrew J. Shapiro, Political-Military Affairs; Washington, DC
-09/09/09  Remarks at the Signing of the "New York Declaration"; Deputy Permanent Representative to the United Nations Rosemary A. DiCarlo; The United Nations; New York City

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