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State Department using new media in new ways

State working to bring 21st century democracy and the tools to go with it to Iraq.

Tags: technology , DipNote , Twitter , Jared Cohen , Policy Planning Staff

Wednesday - 05/06/2009, 01:47pm EDT
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Who Killed Professor Ali-Mohammadi

The CIA says it had nothing to do with it. A remote-controlled bomb killed a Tehran University scientist on Tuesday in an attack Iran blamed on the United States. Iranian officials and state media described slain professor Massoud Ali-Mohammadi as a nuclear scientist, but a spokesman said he did not work for the Atomic Energy Organisation. Iran's cabinet in a statement blamed agents of the United States for the killing of Ali-Mohammadi. A State Department official in Washington said charges of U.S. involvement were absurd.

Tags: technology , pentagon , CIA , Iran ,

Wednesday - 01/13/2010, 11:40am EST

Dr. Rajiv Shah projected to move from Agriculture to USAID

The current USDA Undersecretary is the White House choice to take over as head of the development agency.

Tags: Congress , management , USAID , Jamie Zimmerman , New America Foundation

Tuesday - 12/01/2009, 07:49pm EST
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Missile Plan Approved

Romania's defense department has approved a U.S. plan to deploy interceptor missiles there as part of a missile shield to protect Europe. A State Department spokesman said the facilities were due to become operational by 2015 and were aimed at defending against "current and emerging ballistic missile threats from Iran."The announcement is part of the revamped U.S. missile defense approach to take the place of a scuttled plan for a radar site and interceptor rockets in the Czech Republic and Poland.

Tags: technology , pentagon , Missle , Romania , Czech Republic , Poland , Iran ,

Friday - 02/05/2010, 11:08am EST

Pentagon shooter to be studied

John Patrick Bedell, 35 of California was killed after he opened fire on guards at the Pentagon last week. Fred Burton, a former diplomatic security says Federal Agents are going to be busy for a while. "You're going have agents from the Diplomatic Security Service, the State Department, and the Secret Service and the agents assigned to protect the Secretary of Defense looking at the mindset of this kind of shooter and trying to evaluate who could be the next Bedell out there that could come after their protectees." Bedell was reportedly upset about the 1991 suicide of a Marine Corps. Colonel.

Tags: technology , pentagon , Secret Service ,

Monday - 03/08/2010, 11:12am EST
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