OT-1031E | Mr. President, Minister Yang, Minister Shen, Ambassador Yuan, Director Gu, Mrs. Patricia Linder, distinguished guests, ladies and gentleman, good morning.
OT-1030E | I am honored to have the opportunity to make remarks at the first ever U.S.-Taiwan Clean Energy Forum.
OT-1029E | I am pleased to be with you today to discuss the topic of The United States and Taiwan: An Important Economic Relationship.
OT-1028E | Date: 11/18/2010 The constitution provides for freedom of religion, and other laws and policies contributed to the generally free practice of religion. Taiwan authorities generally respected religious freedom in practice. There was no change in the status of respect for religious freedom by Taiwan authorities during the reporting period. There were no reports ...
OT-1026E | Date: 11/2/2010 The original idea for this speech is that we were going to do it outside. And if you saw the front page of the newspaper this morning where I was being greeted by Admiral Willard with my hair straight up in the wind (laughter) we decided we didnt want another story ...
OT-1027E | October 29, 2010 | Elementary students across America are taught that slavery ended in the 19th Century. But, sadly, nearly 150 years later, the fight to end this global scourge is far from over.
Remarks by AIT Deputy Director Eric Madison at Customs Border Enforcement Workshop Combating Cross-B
OT-1025E | 2010年10月4日 All of us recognize that criminal organizations exploit our customs rules and regulations, whether the crime is undervaluation to circumvent taxes or duties, importation of counterfeit pharmaceuticals, bulk cash smuggling, munitions smuggling, drug and tobacco smuggling, or the trade of endangered species.
Net-centric Partnerships for Leveraging and Synchronizing Full Spectrum Capabilities To Dismantle Co
OT-1024E | Date: 9/30/2010 The threats and challenges we face today across the Pacific are real and complex. Our greatest strength is to work together to stay ahead and trust each other.
OT-1023E | On behalf of the people of the United States, I express our deep regret over the recent devastation and loss of life caused by Typhoon Fanapi in Southern Taiwan.
OT-1022E | Ramadan is a time for reflection and introspection, for charity and for compassion, Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton says at the annual State Department iftar.
Remarks by AIT Director William A. Stanton at the 2010 International Workshop on Strategies for Comb
OT-1021E | I am pleased to be here today with Minister Kao and Director-General Hsieh to welcome all of you who have worked tirelessly to combat trafficking in persons, to bring to justice those who profit from forced labor and sexual exploitation, and to protect and help those who are either victims or potential victims ...
OT-1020E | Speech by Secretary Clinton on U.S. Global Health Initiative: The Next Phase of American Leadership in Health Around the World on August 16, 2010
OT-1019E | On behalf of everyone at the American Institute in Taiwan I would like to welcome you here today to celebrate together with us the 234th birthday of the United States of America…
OT-1018E | During the press roundtable, AIT Chairman Raymond Burghardt briefed about the just concluded Sino-U.S. Strategic and Economic Dialogue, stability across the Taiwan Strait and the TIFA.
(Released on June 15, 2010) Taiwan is a destination, and to a much lesser extent, source and transit territory for men, women, and children subjected to forced prostitution and forced labor. | OT-1017E
OT-1016E | At the dawn of the 21st century, the United States of America faces a broad and complex array of challenges to our national security.
Remarks By Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton On the Obama Administration’s National Security
OT-1015E | SECRETARY CLINTON: Well, thank you very much for giving us this opportunity to come here to Brookings to talk about the National Security Strategy.
Remarks by Joseph Donovan, Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Bureau of East Asian and Paci
OT-1014E | “We insist that cross-Strait differences be resolved peacefully and according to the wishes of the people on both sides of the Strait. We welcome active efforts on both sides to engage in a dialogue that reduces tensions and increases contacts of all kinds across the Strait and hope such dialogue continues to expand.”…
OT-1012E | SECRETARY CLINTON: Thank you. Thank you very much. Thank you. I want to thank Jim Wolfensohn for participating in this conference.
Remarks by President Obama at Summit on Entrepreneurship Ronald Reagan Building and International Tr
OT-1013E | In my life, and as President, I have had the great pleasure of visiting many of your countries, and I've always been grateful for the warmth and the hospitality that you and your fellow citizens have shown me.
Remarks by AIT Director William A. Stanton at the 2010 International Conference on Homeland Security
OT-1011E | Mr. President, Premier Wu, Representative Imai of Japan, distinguished guests, ladies and gentlemen, good morning. It is an honor for me to be here this morning to help inaugurate the 2010 International Conference on Homeland Security.
OT-1010E | Forty years ago, Earth Day began in the United States as a "teach-in" - a day to educate people about the environmental challenges facing our planet.
Remarks by AIT Director William A. Stanton at the 2010 American Chamber of Commerce in Kaohsiung “Yi
OT-1009E | Mayor Chen, Magistrate Yang, CEO Lo, President Aiello, AmCham Members, Distinguished Guests, Media, and Friends: Good evening! As you know, AmCham Taipei has a wonderful tradition each year called Hsieh Nien Fan.
OT-1007E | Taiwan generally respected the human rights of its citizens; however, the following problems continued to be reported: corruption by officials, violence and discrimination against women, trafficking in persons, and abuses of foreign workers.
U.S.-Taiwan Relations: Bilateral Cooperation in Meeting Global Challenges Remarks by AIT Director Wi
OT-1008E | I would like to thank Commonwealth Publishing Group Founder and Chairman Professor Charles Kao for the opportunity to speak on the important, but seldom noted, topic of U.S.-Taiwan cooperation on global issues.
OT-1006E | Remarks by AIT Director William Stanton at the 2010 American Chamber of Commerce in Taipei "Hsieh Nien Fan" on March 16, 2010
OT-1005 | We have two Senior Administration Officials here that can help you go through any particulars that you have on the items themselves, the rationale for it, the history of our arms sales to Taiwan.
OT-1004E | SECRETARY CLINTON: Thank you very much, Alberto, for not only that kind introduction but your and your colleagues’ leadership of this important institution.
OT-1003E | SECRETARY CLINTON: Thank you very much. And thank you, Charles, for that kind introduction.
REMARKS BY PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA ON STRENGTHENING INTELLIGENCE AND AVIATION SECURITY January 7, 201
OT-1002E | Good afternoon, everybody. The immediate reviews that I ordered after the failed Christmas terrorist attack are now complete.
OT-1001E | Washington, D.C. – The Office of the United States Trade Representative and the U.S. Department of Agriculture today released a statement regarding the decision by Taiwan’s Legislative Yuan to bar import of some U.S. beef and beef products.
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