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Robbery, stunt driving, abuse: Report reveals bad behaviour by foreign diplomats in Canada

OTTAWA — Global Affairs Canada tracked 31 different “incidents” ranging from illegal passports to abuse of domestic help within Canada’s foreign diplomatic corps as of this summer, 28 of them between March and June. 394 more words


Dealings with Jerusalem before the eleventh century

A vice that I am prone to is that of poking at other people’s research areas without knowing very much about it, as has often been evidenced here—I won’t link, out of embarrassment. 1,558 more words


‘An architectural gem’: Liberals seeking ideas on what to do with empty former U.S. embassy

OTTAWA — The Liberal government is dusting the cobwebs off the former U.S. embassy on Wellington Street in Ottawa, now empty for about 15 years. 509 more words


SEVP Final Guidance: Conditional Admissions

After two years of discussion (and anxiety!) over the fate of an institution’s ability to issue conditional offers of admission to international students, on July 13, 2016, the… 1,206 more words

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Planning to Visit an Embassy?

Here are a few tips to help you to have a productive and positive experience.

Last week, the Executive Director of EnglishUSA, Cheryl Delk-Le Good, sent out a message to the EnglishUSA mailing list requesting that members share tips and best practices when preparing for an embassy visit. 1,998 more words

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The Florida Embassy

There are a total of 178 embassies and diplomatic missions in the national capital city, and 177 of them belong to foreign countries.  The remaining one belongs to the state of Florida, which is the only one of the 50 states to have an embassy in D.C.  237 more words


Russian harassment and surveillance of U.S. diplomats in Moscow discussed by John Kerry, Russian President Vladimir Putin


Mon Jun 27, 2016 4:44 p.m. EDT

Russian President Vladimir Putin (R) welcomes U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry during a meeting at the Kremlin in Moscow, Russia December 15, 2015. 290 more words