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The Seven Habits of Highly Successful Under Secretaries

Friday, March 30th 2012

Tara Sonenshine was confirmed Thursday night by the Senate, and she will probably take office officially early this week.  (She can be sworn in privately by some current official and begin work, even as a more formal ceremony is planned for a few weeks hence.)

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Brian E. Carlson

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Summary: An experienced public diplomacy officer, Ambassador Brian Carlson advises the InterMedia research organization on military and foreign affairs issues and serves the State Department as a senior inspector. For the last three years he was the State Department liaison to the Department of Defense on strategic communication.

 

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House Appropriators Cut Spending on Information Operations

Wednesday, June 22nd 2011

In a move that Walter Pincus reads as continuing distrust of military involvement in America's international communication efforts, the House Appropriations Committee has voted to cut about $125 million from the requested $300 million Military Information Support Operations item in the 2012 Defense Appropriations bill.   (This item was just posted this morning, so it was not in the Washington Post on your doorstep.)

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Brian E. Carlson

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Summary: An experienced public diplomacy officer, Ambassador Brian Carlson advises the InterMedia research organization on military and foreign affairs issues and serves the State Department as a senior inspector. For the last three years he was the State Department liaison to the Department of Defense on strategic communication.

 

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