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U.S. Information Agency

Information Agency, U.S. (USIA), independent, U.S. government agency that conducts international communication, education, cultural, and exchange programs to foster understanding between the citizens of the United States and those of other nations. It performs a variety of communication activities, using academic and cultural exhibits, newspapers, and films. Founded in 1953 and headquartered in Washington, D.C., the USIA brings worldwide leaders in politics, social welfare, and other fields to meet with their colleagues in the United States.

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