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Paul Bremer, Former Ambassador to Iraq

Maybe the United States was never really finished in Iraq. Regardless, events of the past two weeks have returned that nation to a front and center position for Congress and the administration. Paul Bremer was U.S. Presidential envoy to Iraq in 2003 and 2004. A career diplomat, he was thrust into the spotlight as temporary head of the Iraqi government after the fall of Saddam Hussein. Most of the questions this week have been about military options now that the government is under threat. Bremer joined Tom Temin and Emily Kopp on the Federal Drive to discuss how this situation affects the State Department both here and in Baghdad.

Tags: Iraq , State Department , ambassador , Congress , Federal Drive

Friday - 06/20/2014, 01:27am EDT
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Machines used to bridge language barriers

Former Ambassador Paul Bremer talks about language barriers and military objectives.

Tags: tech , Apptek , contracting

Thursday - 01/28/2010, 09:40am EST
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90 wounded warriors riding from D.C. to Gettysburg

Wounded warriors from all over the country will be cycling from D.C., all the way to Gettysburg in the 6th annual Face of America Bike Ride. That's 110 miles over two days.

Tags: Face of America , bicycle , bicycling , World T.E.A.M Sports

Saturday - 04/16/2011, 02:23pm EDT

Face of America bicyclists headed from D.C. to Gettysburg

After departing from the steps of the U.S. Capitol in Washington this morning, bicyclists will ride 110 miles through Frederick and on to the historic battlefields of Gettysburg, Pa., where they'll finish the ride Sunday afternoon.

Tags: Face of America , World T.E.A.M Sports , wounded warriors

Saturday - 04/16/2011, 12:08pm EDT