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(top row, left to right) Deputy Assistant Secretary for Training Wendy Bashnan, Acting Deputy Assistant Secretary for Threat Investigations and Analysis Julie Cabus, (bottom row, left to right) National Museum of American Diplomacy Associate Curator Kathryn Speckart, and Foreign Service Institute Director Ambassador Daniel B. Smith. (U.S. Department of State photo)

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The Lessons of 1989: Freedom and Our Future