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[Assignment: 59-CF-DS-15985-04] The American Academy of Diplomacy's 15th Annual Diplomatic Awards Luncheon in the Benjamin Franklin Room, [featuring speech by former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger on the contributions of the late Joseph Sisco. Also delivering remarks were Academy officers and award presenters including former  U.S. Ambassador to the Soviet Union and France, Arthur Hartman; former U.S. Ambassador to Israel, Samuel Lewis;  and former U.S. Ambassador to Hungary, Mark Palmer. Among those accepting writing awards were Washington Post diplomatic affairs correspondent Robin Wright; ... [59-CF-DS-15985-04_Am_Acd_Dipl_037.jpg]

[Assignment: 59-CF-DS-15985-04] The American Academy of Diplomacy's 15th Annual Diplomatic Awards Luncheon in the Benjamin Franklin Room, [featuring speech by former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger on the contributions of the late Joseph Sisco. Also delivering remarks were Academy officers and award presenters including former U.S. Ambassador to the Soviet Union and France, Arthur Hartman; former U.S. Ambassador to Israel, Samuel Lewis; and former U.S. Ambassador to Hungary, Mark Palmer. Among those accepting writing awards were Washington Post diplomatic affairs correspondent Robin Wright; ... [59-CF-DS-15985-04_Am_Acd_Dipl_037.jpg]

 
 
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The complete assignment is listed as: [Assignment: 59-CF-DS-15985-04] The American Academy of Diplomacy's 15th Annual Diplomatic Awards Luncheon in the Benjamin Franklin Room, [featuring speech by former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger on the contributions of the late Joseph Sisco. Also delivering remarks were Academy officers and award presenters including former U.S. Ambassador to the Soviet Union and France, Arthur Hartman; former U.S. Ambassador to Israel, Samuel Lewis; and former U.S. Ambassador to Hungary, Mark Palmer. Among those accepting writing awards were Washington Post diplomatic affairs correspondent Robin Wright; author and former U.S. Ambassador to Algeria, Lebanon, and Morocco, Richard Parker; author and former U.S. Ambassador to Bangladesh, Howard Schaffer; and Fordham University student Dean Johnson.] [Photographer: Mark Stewart--State]
[Assignment: 59-CF-DS-15985-04] The American Academy of Diplomacy's 15th Annual Diplomatic Awards Luncheon in the Benjamin Franklin Room, [featuring speech by former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger on the contributions of the late Joseph Sisco. Also delivering remarks were Academy officers and award presenters including former U.S. Ambassador to the Soviet Union and France, Arthur Hartman; former U.S. Ambassador to Israel, Samuel Lewis; and former U.S. Ambassador to Hungary, Mark Palmer. Among those accepting writing awards were Washington Post diplomatic affairs correspondent Robin Wright; ...

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