Richard L. Armitage
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Richard L. Armitage

Richard Lee Armitage is an American former naval officer who served three combat tours of duty in Viet Nam as an advisor in contexts of riverine warfare. This experience and his acquired fluency in Vietnamese made him useful to the foreign service community of the government after the war. Wikipedia*

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Richard L. Armitage has 39 videos in the C-SPAN Video Library; the first appearance was a 1986 Forum as an Assistant Secretary. The year with the most videos was 2003 with 10 videos. The year with the highest average number of views per program was 2012 with an average of 831 views per program. Most appearances with Janne Nolan (2), Lorne W. Craner (2). Most common tags: Foreign Policy, Iraq Occupation/Reconstruction (05/02/03-08/31/10), Human Rights.

Appearances by Title:c. January 1, 2008 - Present Member, Board of Directors, Center for a New American Security Videos: 2 c. January 13, 1986 - Present Assistant Secretary, Department of Defense Videos: 8


Deputy Secretary, Department of State c. April 18, 2001 - c. January 1, 2005 Videos: 29

Recent Appearances

  • U.S.-South Korea Relations, Part 1

    U.S.-South Korea Relations, Part 1

    Representative Stephanie Murphy (D-FL) who serves on the House Armed Services Committee, talked about the history and importance of the…

  • U.S. Policy Toward Russia and Ukraine

    U.S. Policy Toward Russia and Ukraine

    Andrea Mitchell moderated a discussion at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace at the release of a report looking…

  • U.S.-Japan Relations

    U.S.-Japan Relations

    Panelists talked about a new Center for Strategic and International Studies report, “The "U.S.-Japan Alliance Anchoring Stability in…

  • U.S. Strategy in Afghanistan and Pakistan

    U.S. Strategy in Afghanistan and Pakistan

    Members of the Council on Foreign Relation’s Independent Task Force talked about their new report on U.S. strategy in…

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