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Date: Friday, 23 Jan 2009 11:00
SECRETARY CLINTON: Thank you. Thank you very, very much. Thank you, Dr. Hill, for not only that very warm introduction, but for your description. That really does briefly encapsulate the work that USAID does with the help of all of you. And Mr. Zamora, thank you for reminding me of our time in Egypt.
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Date: Friday, 23 Jan 2009 11:00
President Obama's repeal of the global gag rule, which has prevented women around the world from gaining access to essential information and healthcare services, is a welcomed and important step taken during the first days of the Administration. For the past seven years, this policy has made it more difficult for women around the world to gain access to essential information and healthcare services.
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Date: Thursday, 22 Jan 2009 11:00
View Video SECRETARY CLINTON: Thank you. Thank you very much, and welcome to the State Department. Please be seated. We are delighted to be joined this afternoon by President Obama and Vice President Biden for this very important announcement. But it is also absolutely a delight to have the President and the Vice President here with us today.
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Date: Thursday, 22 Jan 2009 11:00
View Video Date: 01/22/2009 Description: 67th Secretary of State Hillary Clinton arrives for her first day at the Department of State greeted by an overflowing lobby of Department employees in the diplomatic entrance. State Dept Photo SECRETARY CLINTON: Thank you.
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Date: Saturday, 17 Jan 2009 11:00
The United States welcomes the cessation of hostilities in Gaza announced by Israel and expects that all parties will cease attacks and hostile actions immediately. The goal remains a durable and fully respected cease-fire that will lead to stabilization and normalization in Gaza.
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Date: Friday, 16 Jan 2009 11:00
UNDER SECRETARY BURNS: Good afternoon, everyone. Madame Secretary, I’d like to express, on behalf of the Department, our deep appreciation for your extraordinary dedication to public service, your extraordinary dedication to the pursuit of American interests and values across this very complicated globe, and especially your extraordinary dedication to the men and women who serve the Department of State at home and abroad.
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Date: Friday, 16 Jan 2009 11:00
(10:11 a.m. EST) SECRETARY RICE: Good morning. I thought on my last day that I would replace Sean McCormack and do the briefing myself. (Laughter.) No, I asked Sean for the podium at the beginning of his briefing just to thank you for all that you do.
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Date: Friday, 16 Jan 2009 11:00
MR. MARTINEZ: Good morning, ladies and gentlemen. My name is Raymond Martinez. I am the U.S. Deputy Chief of Protocol. The United States Secretary of State, the Honorable Condoleezza Rice, and her Excellency, the Foreign Minister of Israel Tzipi Livni, are here today signing a Memorandum of Understanding between the United States and Israel regarding the prevention of supply of arms and related material to terrorist groups.
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Date: Thursday, 15 Jan 2009 11:00
SECRETARY RICE: Thanks for being respectful of that. QUESTION: Thank you for coming back. SECRETARY RICE: Yes, sure. QUESTION: Do you have any comment on the bombing of the UN warehouse in Lebanon today? And then secondly, we understand that you’re working out a deal with the Israelis on tunnels, and also on crossings.
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Date: Thursday, 15 Jan 2009 11:00
View Video SECRETARY RICE: Good morning. Good morning, everyone, and welcome to the State Department. A special welcome, of course, to the President and to our First Lady. Today is a very special day. We are going to commemorate many of the achievements of our nation over the last eight years in furthering the Freedom Agenda.
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Date: Thursday, 15 Jan 2009 11:00
MODERATOR:Good afternoon, ladies and gentlemen. The United States Secretary of State, the Honorable Condoleezza Rice and the Foreign Minister of the United Arab Emirates, His Highness, Sheikh Abdullah bin Zayed al Nahyan, today are signing the U.S.-U.
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Date: Wednesday, 14 Jan 2009 11:00
QUESTION: I’m with our esteemed Secretary of State, Dr. – Secretary of State, Dr. Condoleezza Rice. And it’s always a pleasure to sit and talk with you, and I thank you for keeping your promise as we were in the Rose Garden at an African visit and you said, yes, we will do this.
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Date: Tuesday, 13 Jan 2009 11:00
Other Participants: Secretary of Defense Robert Gates USAID Administrator Henrietta Fore Department of State Counselor Eliot Cohen View Video MR. COHEN: Let me welcome you all to the official signing of the United States Government Interagency Counterinsurgency Guide.
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Date: Tuesday, 13 Jan 2009 11:00
QUESTION: Madame Secretary, we appreciate this opportunity. SECRETARY RICE: A pleasure to be with you, Mike. QUESTION: What is it like, as you sit here in this magnificent room, in the center of American diplomatic power, to know that in a few days, this is all part of your past?
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Date: Tuesday, 13 Jan 2009 11:00
SENATOR KERRY: (In progress) welcome you all here. We're delighted to welcome Senator Clinton, Secretary of State-designate. I think every member of the Committee believes very strongly that in Senator Clinton we have a nominee who is extraordinarily capable and smart, an individual with the global stature and influence to help shape events.
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Date: Monday, 12 Jan 2009 11:00
QUESTION: We’re on the record? MR. MCCORMACK: Yep. QUESTION: Well, I’ll take the privilege of starting with our favorite subject. What do you think – what have we learned from the latest pipelines discussion between Russia and Ukraine and Europe?
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Date: Monday, 12 Jan 2009 11:00
View Video Date: 01/12/2009 Description: Secretary Rice delivers opening remarks for the release of The President SECRETARY RICE: Good morning. I am pleased this morning to release the President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief 2009, the Annual Report to Congress.
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Date: Monday, 12 Jan 2009 11:00
QUESTION: Thank you very much. Madame Secretary, Iran. The President-elect has said that he wants a change of approach to Iran. Do you think a change of approach, engagement with Iran, can work? SECRETARY RICE: Well, it’s not an issue of engagement or non-engagement with Iran.
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Date: Friday, 09 Jan 2009 11:00
January 11 marks the 100th anniversary of the Boundary Waters Treaty of 1909. We note with pride the century of cooperation with Canada in managing water quality, quantity, and environmental health along our 5,525-mile border. The Treaty also established the International Joint Commission, which has played a vital role as an independent steward of these shared resources.
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Date: Friday, 09 Jan 2009 11:00
View Video  SECRETARY RICE: Good morning. I am very pleased to welcome here my colleague, Georgian Foreign Minister Vashadze, to sign the United States-Georgia Charter on Strategic Partnership. Georgia is a very important partner of the United States, a valued partner.
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