“I welcome the Administration's decision to continue using economic and diplomatic means to keep Iran and its agencies from destabilizing global
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August 9, 2007
Lynne Weil/Melissa Silverman (Lantos) 202-225-5021
Sam Stratman/Lee Cohen (Ros-Lehtinen) 202-226-7875
“I welcome the opportunity to review the civilian nuclear cooperation deal in detail.
Mr. Speaker, the true strength of a nation is tested when it is forced to confront the darkest chapters in its history.
“The Administration discussed the outlines of the proposed arms sales with a dozen members of our committee on Tuesday, and we have called for a thorough br
Washington, DC – Congress has passed legislation co-authored by Congressman Tom Lantos (D-CA), chairman of the House Committee on Foreign Affairs, and Congressman Frank Wolf (R-VA) to strengthen and secure America’s commitment to the expansion of freedom and the protection of human rights around the world.
July 26, 2007
Contact: Lynne Weil, 202-225-5021
Washington, DC – Chairman Tom Lantos of the House Foreign Affairs Committee today said a U.S. foreign aid program in the Pacific Islands is a waste of U.S. taxpayer dollars that promises far more than it can ever deliver.
MCC: Vanuatu Compact Overstates Projected Program Impact