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U.S.-Sponsored Broadcasts to Other Countries

Senior Scholar Ross Johnson discusses the purpose of Voice of America, Radio Free Europe and other services which operate as tools for diplomacy and foreign policy, but which some have criticized.

On C-Span's Washington Journal, Senior Scholar Ross Johnson discusses the purpose of Voice of America, Radio Free Europe and other services which operate as tools for diplomacy and foreign policy, but some have criticized the management of the programs.

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A. Ross Johnson

A. Ross Johnson

History and Public Policy Program Fellow;
Senior Adviser, Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty; former Director, Radio Free Europe
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