Foreign Policy Overview and the President's Fiscal Year 2003 Foreign Affairs Budget Request: Hearing Before the Committee on Foreign Relations, United States Senate, One Hundred Seventh Congress, Second Session, February 5, 2002, Volume 4

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 2002 - 79 pages
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Page 66 - States, supports or participates in the management of a program of coercive abortion or involuntary sterilization...
Page 11 - ... basis upon which our relations are going rather smoothly at present. That, and counterterrorism. President Jiang Zemin was one of the first world leaders to call President Bush and offer his sorrow and condolences for the tragic events of September 11. And in the almost five months since that day, China has helped in the war against terrorism. Beijing has also helped in the reconstruction of Afghanistan and we hope will help even more in the future. Moreover, China has played a constructive role...
Page 12 - Alliance now is as strong a bond between our two countries as it has been in a half century of its existence. Our shared interests, values and concerns, plus the dictates of regional security, make it imperative that we sustain this renewed vigor in our key Pacific alliance, and we will.
Page 66 - The decision was made in accordance with current legislation which prohibits funding to organizations which support or participate in the management of a program of coercive abortion or involuntary sterilization.
Page 22 - Russia has been a key member of the antiterrorist coalition. It has played a crucial role in our success in Afghanistan, by providing intelligence, bolstering the Northern Alliance, and assisting our entry into Central Asia.
Page 21 - The budget includes almost $518 million for International Broadcasting, of which $60 million is for the war on terrorism. This funding will enable the Voice of America and Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty to continue increased media broadcasts to Afghanistan and the surrounding countries and throughout the Middle East. These international broadcasts help inform local public opinion about the true nature of alQaida and the purposes of the war on terrorism, building support for the coalition's global...
Page 63 - IAEA (INFCIRC/403), including taking all steps that may be deemed necessary by the IAEA, following consultations with the Agency with regard to verifying the accuracy and completeness of the DPRK's initial report on all nuclear material in the DPRK.
Page 10 - Chairman, we have also made significant progress in our relationship with China. We moved from what was a...
Page 11 - Tang and have a good discussion, making sure our policies were known and understood, it made for a more reasoned approach to what was a volatile situation. As a result, China supported the approach that the rest of the international community had taken. Beijing was not trying to be a spoiler but instead was trying to help us alleviate tensions and convince the two parties to scale down their dangerous confrontation — which now it appears they are beginning to do.
Page 9 - The terrorist attacks of September 11 underscored the urgency of implementing an effective public diplomacy campaign. Those who abet terror by spreading distortion and hate and inciting others, take full advantage of the global news cycle. We must also use that cycle.

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