Press Releases by Industry


News Search

Exact Phrase    Any Keywords

Foreign Policy

449 total news stories found.


U.S. Military Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV) Market to Generate $86.5 Billion Revenue over 2013-2018

2010-04-11 | The U.S. military UAV market is projected to grow at an 12% CAGR reaching $18.7 billion in 2018. The report finds that the U.S. military UAV market will generate $86.5 Billion revenues over the period 2013 - 2018.


Foreign Translations, Inc Assists UNICEF in Haitian Relief Efforts

2010-03-21 | In an effort to support the earthquake victims in Haiti, Foreign Translations, Inc. (www.foreigntranslations.com) assisted the United Nations Children Fund (UNICEF) by translating information vital to the relief efforts.


Offshore Banking: "More Good Reasons Than Ever To Go Offshore" Says New Q Wealth Limited Report

2010-02-23 | In the 2010 update of his annual Q Wealth Practical Offshore Banking Guide, offshore banking expert Peter Macfarlane advises high net worth individuals and entrepreneurs on offshore banking and asset protection.


Foreign Translations, Inc. Completes Dari Translation of Safety Manual for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers

2010-01-27 | Foreign Translations, Inc. (www.foreigntranslations.com), successfully completed the Dari translation of a safety manual for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers on behalf of the Afghanistan Engineering District (AED).


Aaron Sherinian joins United Nations Foundation as Executive Director of Communications and Public Affairs

2010-01-14 | The United Nations Foundation announced today that Aaron Sherinian has joined the organization as its Executive Director of Communications and Public Affairs.


Aminatou Haidar Staged PR Stunt Sabotages Western Sahara Peace Efforts

2009-12-22 | Moroccan Recipes, a portal dedicated to Moroccan cuisine and culinary traditions of the North African country, has found itself in the midst of a political turmoil. It all started when Aminatou Haidar staged a PR stunt.


Political Apathy Contributes to Six Million Child Deaths Each Year, Warns Aid Agency

2009-11-22 | World Vision launches five-year global campaign, CHILD HEALTH NOW calling for an end to preventable child deaths


Jazz at Lincoln Center Selects Johnny Rodgers Band for International Tour

2009-11-07 | Jazz at Lincoln Center and the U.S. State Department's Bureau of Educational & Cultural Affairs have announced that Johnny Rodgers Band will tour with The Rhythm Road: American Music Abroad program in 2010.


The Caucus Room to Commemorate 20th Anniversary of the Fall of the Berlin Wall

2009-11-04 | In honor of the 20th Anniversary of this event, The Caucus Room will host VIP guests on Monday, November 9, 2009 for a multi-course cultural dinner with drink pairings. The German Ambassador is scheduled to speak during this historic event.


Debatepedia Breaks-Down "Don't Ask Don't Tell" for National Debate Series

2009-11-04 | Debatepedia completed on November 3rd, a comprehensive pro/con article on "don't ask don't tell" for the National Debate Series: Boston, an event taking place at Boston University's Morse Auditorium on November 10th, 2009.


Breathe Press To Host Book Release Party For Local Author John Fenzel

2009-10-08 | Writer, and senior Special Forces officer John Fenzel will sign copies of his debut international thriller, The Lazarus Covenant at Cafe Milano in Washington, D.C. on Saturday, October 10 from 7 p.m. - 10 p.m..


The "Arabs Gone Wild" Stand Up Comedy Tour Comes to Montreal for One Night Only - October 10, 2009

2009-09-29 | "The Arabs Gone Wild" stand up comedy tour -which has played to sold out shows in the United States and Middle East -performs it's first show ever in Canada on Saturday, October 10 at the Gesu Theater in Montreal.


Eight Years After 9/11: How Safe Is America Today?

2009-09-02 | With the full-time debates on fixing health care and the nation's economic woes, national security seems to be back-burnered.


Times Square Ad of Uncle Sam in the Electric Chair screens to New York City Residents

2009-08-09 | New York City tourists and residents were stunned by the jumbotron movie poster of "Stock Shock" which featured all-American uncle strapped into an electric chair.


First Major Figure In Iraq Theater To Call For Accountability For War Crimes: Retired General Ricardo Sanchez Calls For Truth Commission At Culture Project's New Series Launch

2009-06-05 | Culture Project's "Blueprint for Accountability" launch on 5/31, has generated breaking news: General Sanchez, the former top coalition commander in Iraq, called for a truth commission to investigate abusive interrogation techniques.


African Technology Market Attracting US Investors

2009-05-21 | American Fortune 100 companies are becoming increasingly interested in investment in Africa, a market of one billion. But, a new study shows, American executives are also concerned about the risks.


APEC Harmonization Center For Life Sciences To Hold Inaugural Ceremony And Workshop

2009-05-07 | The APEC Harmonization Center (AHC), will be hosting its inauguration ceremony and a workshop on multi-regional clinical trials on the 15-18 of June at the Seoul Grand Hilton Hotel.


Best Political Web site of 2009 to be Named by Web Marketing Association in Annual WebAward Competition

2009-05-03 | The Web Marketing Association announces the call for entries for its 13th annual WebAward Competition for Web site development at http://www.TheWebAwards.org. The Web Marketing Association will once again name the Best Political Web site of 2009.


Institute For The Study Of War Launches Afghanistan Project

2009-04-24 | The Institute for the Study of War has announced it new Afghanistan Project that will provide quality research and analysis on the war in Afghanistan. The Afghanistan Project can be accessed by visiting ISW's website at www.UnderstandingWar.org.


Green Card Holders with Criminal Records Should Not Travel Outside the US

2009-04-15 | People with Green Cards and criminal records risk losing a year or more abroad if they travel without being aware of the immigration implication. This story explains one such situation that personalizes the law.