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President Bush understands the importance of conveying America's message to the world. The Office of Global Communications (OGC) was formed in 2002 to coordinate strategic communications overseas that integrate the President's themes while truthfully depicting America and Administration policies.

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Vice President's Remarks on War on Terror at AEI
Good morning. Please. Thank you very much, and good afternoon to all of you. It's a pleasure to be back at AEI, where I spent a considerable period of time, and among so many friends. AEI, of course, is home to some of our nation's most distinguished scholars - one of whom also serves as the scholar in residence at the Naval Observatory.
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President Bush Discusses Progress in Iraq
In thanking Ambassador Bremer today, President Bush said, "The nations in our coalition are determined to help the Iraqi people recover from years of tyranny. And we are determined to help build a free, and sovereign, and democratic nation."
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President Bush, Prime Minister Blair Discuss War on Terrorism
President Bush welcomed British Prime Minister Blair to Washington Thursday afternoon. The two leaders discussed Iraq and the war on terrorism in a press conference at the White House.
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President Bush Speaks at Goree Island in Senegal
President Bush on Tuesday said, "For hundreds of years on this island peoples of different continents met in fear and cruelty. Today we gather in respect and friendship, mindful of past wrongs and dedicated to the advance of human liberty."
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President Bush Names Randall Tobias to be Global AIDS Coordinator
Acting as the President’s representative, Mr. Tobias, who will have the rank of Ambassador, will be responsible for overseeing all U.S. international HIV/AIDS assistance and coordinating the efforts of the various agencies and departments that deliver it.
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The President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief
"[T]o meet a severe and urgent crisis abroad, tonight I propose the Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief - a work of mercy beyond all current international efforts to help the people of Africa...I ask the Congress to commit $15 billion over the next five years, including nearly $10 billion in new money, to turn the tide against AIDS in the most afflicted nations of Africa and the Caribbean."
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OGC News Archive »

Iraq Update

The Rights and Aspirations of the Peoples of the Middle East

Afghanistan Update

In the President's Words - The Rights and Aspirations of the Peoples of Afghanistan

Public Diplomacy & Public Affairs
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  • President Bush and Prime Minister Tony Blair of Great Britain walk on the grounds at Hillsborough Castle. Hillsborough, Northern Ireland, April 8, 2003.

    President Bush believes in the non-negotiable demands of human dignity for all people everywhere.

    "No nation owns these aspirations, and no nation is exempt from them. We have no intention of imposing our culture. But America will always stand firm for the non-negotiable demands of human dignity."

    They are:

    • Limited Government Power
    • Rule of Law
    • Equal Justice
    • Respect for Women
    • Freedom of Speech
    • Religious Tolerance
    • Private Property

    "All fathers and mothers, in all societies, want their children to be educated, and live free from poverty and violence."

    President George W. Bush
    January 29, 2002

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