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State Magazine, September 2000

State Magazine, September 2000

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The September 2000 issue of State Magazine, published by the U.S. Department of State in Washington, DC, features the convergence of science and diplomacy; efforts to save ancient rock art in Niger; and Casualty Assistance as our Office of the Month.
The September 2000 issue of State Magazine, published by the U.S. Department of State in Washington, DC, features the convergence of science and diplomacy; efforts to save ancient rock art in Niger; and Casualty Assistance as our Office of the Month.

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UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF STATE
September 2000
StateState
Magazine
Saving Ancient Rock Art in Niger 
 
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State Magazine
(ISSN 1099–4165) is published monthly, except bimonthly in July and August, by the U.S. Department of State,2201 C St., N.W., Washington, DC. Periodicals postage paid atWashington, DC and at additional mailing locations. POSTMAS-TER: Send changes of address to
State Magazine,
HR/ER/SMG,SA-1, Room H-236, Washington, DC 20522-0602.
State Magazine
is published to facilitate communication between managementand employees at home and abroad and to acquaint employeeswith developments that may affect operations or personnel.The magazine is also available to persons interested in workingfor the Department of State and to the general public.
State Magazine
is available by subscription through theSuperintendent of Documents, U.S. Government Printing Office,Washington, DC 20402 (telephone [202] 512-1850).For details on submitting articles to
State Magazine,
requestour guidelines, “Getting Your Story Told,” by e-mail atstatemagazine@state.gov; download them from our web site at
www.state.gov/www/publications/statemag
;or send your requestin writing to
State Magazine
, HR/ER/SMG, SA-1, Room H-236,Washington, DC 20522-0602.The magazine’s phone number is(202) 663-1700.
Deadlines:September 15 for November issue.October 15 for December issue.
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 Janice BurkeFrank CoulterCheryl HessStevenson McIlvaineWayne OshimaMichael Scanlin
 
State
Contents
Department of State • United States of America
State
Magazine
September 2000
No. 438
COLUMNS
2From the Secretary6Direct from the D.G.
DEPARTMENTS
3Letters to the Editor4In the News31Safety Scene33Medical Report34State of the Arts35People Like You36Education & Training38 Appointments39Personnel Actions40Obituaries
On the Cover
Embassy in Niamey energizes project to preserve 8,000-year-old rock art in Niger.
Photo © World Monuments FundGiraffe Rock Art site in Niger is on theWorld Monuments Watch List of
100 Most Endangered Sites,
a project of theWorld Monuments Fund.
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7Rome
Ten million American are expected to visit here this year.
12The Holy See
The Vatican is a unique post with a unique mission.
16Office of the Month:Casualty Assistance
Arecommendation becomes a reality.
18Saving Ancient Rock Art in Niger
The U.S. Embassy helps preserve 8,000-year-oldrock engravings.
22Istanbul’s Year of Living Dangerously
Embassy staff rebounds from two earthquakes.
25Science and Diplomacy
Science and diplomacy come together in the 21st century.
28Let the Games Begin
Sydney prepares for the Olympic Games.
Bassi Sidi Mohammed,a local Tuareg contact,gazes into the desert sky near the site of 8,000- year-old rock engravings in the northern region of Niger.Secretary Albright and Washington,D.C.,Mayor Anthony Williams watch as two high school students measure the water quality in the Anacostia River.
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