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who really controls our foreign press center?


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that is related to controlling the presidential debates

https://publicdiplomacy.wikia.org/wiki/U.S._Foreign_Press_Centers

//The FPCs’s relevance increased further after 9/11. Several reports emphasized the need to expand the relationships between foreign correspondents and U.S. policymakers. The 2003 Report by an Independent Task Force sponsored by the Council on Foreign Relations// humm

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and a no brainer is the un

//The first FPC, then called Foreign Press Liaison Office, was set up in 1946 in New York where the newly created United Nations opened its headquarters and drew hundreds of journalists from all over the world. In 1968,//

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