(the) United States Information Agency

(the) United States Information Agency
a US government organization that was responsible for providing information about the US to other countries of the world, e.g. through libraries and cultural programmes. It also ran the ↑Fulbright scholarship programme and advised the ↑National Security Council on what other countries think of US policies. The USIA was established in 1948 and became part of the ↑State Department in 1999.
See also Voice of America

Useful english dictionary. 2012.

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