U.S. Science Envoy Peter Hotez Discusses How Links Between Disease, Conflict Could Affect U.S. Policy In Middle East

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“In 2009, President Barack Obama together with Secretary of State Hillary Clinton launched the U.S. Science Envoy Program following a landmark ‘new beginnings’ speech in Cairo. [Journalist Kip Whittington] sat down with the White House and State Department U.S. science envoy, Dr. Peter J. Hotez, to highlight how links between disease and conflict could affect U.S. Middle East policy in the coming years…” (7/25).

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