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Date: 04/27/2016 Location: New York, NY Description: Dr. Novakovic answers questions from the foreign press about the economics of agricultural markets and agricultural and food policy with reference to the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) negotiations. - State Dept Image

4/27: Dr. Andrew Novakovic answers questions from the foreign press about the economics of agricultural markets and agricultural and food policy with reference to the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) negotiations. Full Text»

Date: 04/26/2016 Location: Windsor Mill, MD Description: A woman casts her vote at a polling place inside Winfield Elementary School's gym in Windsor Mill, MD. Voters in Maryland, Connecticut, Rhode Island, Delaware and Pennsylvania all voted on Tuesday, April 26. © AP Image

4/26: Larry Ceisler, principal at Ceisler Media Agency and former political campaign strategist, holds a teleconference with foreign media on the state of the race in Pennsylvania. Full Text»

Date: 04/25/2016 Location: New York, NY Description: Michael Moran of Control Risks Group discusses the implications of TTIP with journalists at the New York Foreign Press Center. - State Dept Image

4/25: Michael Moran of Control Risks Group discusses the implications of the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) with journalists at the New York Foreign Press Center. Full Text»

4/20: U.S. Department of State Spokesperson John Kirby briefs foreign journalists on the latest developments in U.S. foreign policy at the Washington Foreign Press Center. Full Text» Video»

Date: 04/20/2016 Location: New York, NY Description: Sharyn O'Halloran, a political scientist and economist, briefs journalists on issues related to the political economy of international trade and finance, regulation and institutional reform, economic growth during democratic transitions, and the political representation of minorities. - State Dept Image

4/20: Professor Sharyn O'Halloran briefs foreign journalists on how the 2016 U.S. election could impact the global economy and international trade at the New York Foreign Press Center. Full Text»


The United States Department of State has Foreign Press Centers in Washington, D.C. and New York. The Foreign Press Centers support U.S. policies by helping foreign media cover the U.S. Their goal is to promote the depth, accuracy, and balance of foreign reporting from the U.S., by providing direct access to authoritative American information sources.


Washington Foreign Press Center
National Press Building
529 14th Street NW, Suite 800
Washington, DC 20045
Phone: (202) 504-6300

New York Foreign Press Center
799 U.N. Plaza, 10th Floor
New York, New York 10017
Phone: (646) 282-2830