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Bush Center In The News | May 22, 2012

May 22, 2012 5 minute Read by Hannah Abney

Bush Dips a Toe Back Into Washington Burmese Dissident: amnesty and protection before exiles return to Myanmar Suu Kyi not opposed to US sanctions ‘freeze’ Freedom's March Cautious Suu Kyi nod to US sanctions freeze Bush's Blink of an Endorsement Suu Kyi in cautious nod to US sanctions freeze Also appeared on Radio Netherlands Worldwide Bush touts Arab spring, says US can't fear freedom Also appeared in NPRCBS NewsU-T San DiegoPOLITICOFree RepublicAtlanta Journal ConstitutionFox NewsKuwait TimesWISTVNews-LeaderCBS 7San Antonio Express JournalBoston.comNewsdayWashington PostNewserKTVU-TV News (Oakland, CA)York (PA) DispatchTacoma (WA), Greenwich (CT) Time, Atlantic City (NJ) PressConnecticut Post (Bridgeport,CT), PhillyBurbs.com (Levittown,PA)KFOX-TV (El Paso,TX), San Antonio (TX) Express-NewsPasadena (CA) Star-NewsTimes Online (Munster,IN), Log Cabin Democrat (Conway,AR), I4U News (Lewes,DE), San Gabriel Valley Tribune (Covina, CA), WPXI-TV Channel 11 (Pittsburgh, PA), Reading (PA) Times/EagleStar-News (Wilmington,NC), WTOP-Radio 1500 AM (Washington, DC), Contra Costa (CA) TimesDaily News (Longview,WA), Marin Independent Journal (Novato, CA), Bradenton (FL) HeraldFresno (CA) Bee State (Columbia, SC), Atlanta (GA) Journal-ConstitutionAlbany (NY) Times Union, Fort Mill (SC) TimesYork (PA) Daily RecordThe Journal-News (Hamilton, OH), Middletown (OH) JournalAdvocate (Stamford, CT), Lexington (KY) Herald Leader, Billings (MT) GazetteNews-Times (Danbury, CT), WOKV-AM Radio (Jacksonville,FL), Augusta (GA) Chronicle, Idaho Statesman (Boise, ID), Kansas City (MO) StarLowell (MA) Sun George W. Bush: U.S. must stand with dissidents Suu Kyi backs proposal to suspend US sanctions Also appeared in Yahoo! News, The Roanoke Times Bush Celebrates Democracy Activists, Sides With Syrian Resistance Also appeared in KVOR 740 AM, KGO AM 810 Bush says U.S. must stand by reformists in Arab spring Also appeared in MSNBC, New York Times, Yahoo! News, International Herald Tribune-The New York Times Global Edition, Hartford Courant, Business Week (NY,NY), Reuters Online Bush Says U.S. Must Give Support to Democratic Revolutions Aung San Suu Kyi Participates in Human Freedom Event George W. Bush honors Aung San Suu Kyi and dissidents worldwide Also appeared in Updated News, News.LK Bush: Embrace change over 'so-called stability' in Arab Spring George W. Bush jokes good to come back to D.C. on occasion George W. Bush: Freedom not just another word Bush Makes a Rare Return to Washington Suu Kyi backs proposal to suspend US sanctions Buma’s Suu Kyi Backs Plan to Lift US Sanctions Suu Kyi Cautions Against Undue Optimism Also appeared in Mizzima Suu Kyi says it may be “too optimistic” to lift Burma sanctions just yet Bush Praises Arab Spring Also appeared in Intellectual Conservative Blog Bush: The authoritarian regimes of the Arab world will fall George W. Bush Offers Hilariously Tepid Closing-Elevator-Door Endorsement of Mitt Romney Bush Praises Arab Spring Myanmar's Suu Kyi says sanctions remain tool for change US has ‘moral imperative’ to advance democracy Bush: 'Arab Spring' Is ‘Broadest Challenge to Authoritarian Rule Since Collapse of Soviet Communism’ George W. Bush Returns to Washington to Celebrate Freedom George W. Bush Endorses Mitt Romney Myanmar’s Suu Kyi cautiously supports Sen. McCain’s proposal to suspend US economic sanctions Bush praises Arab spring in Middle East, says US, other countries can't fear spread of freedom Cox.net (Rhode Island) Also appeared in Cox.net (New Orleans,LA), Cox.net (Roanoke,VA), Cox.net (Palos Verdes,CA), Cox.net (Cleveland,OH), Cox.net (Santa Barbara,CA), Cox.net (Hampton Roads,VA), Cox.net (Orange County,CA), Cox.net (Western Kansas), Cox.net (Las Vegas,NV), Cox.net (Gulf Coast,FL), Cox.net (Phoenix, AZ), Cox.net (Northeast Kansas), Cox.net (Omaha,NE), Cox.net (Northern Virginia), Cox.net (Fredericksburg,VA), Cox.net (Middle Georgia), Cox.net (Central Florida), Cox.net (Baton Rouge,LA) President and Mrs Bush Celebrate The People Struggling for Freedom Worldwide Bush: The authoritarian regimes of the Arab world will fall Also appeared in CHINAaid Texas pastor behind Chinese activist’s freedom Also appeared on Newser.com, Atlanta Journal Constitution, FoxNews.com, FederalNewsRadio, USA Today, STLToday.com, NYDailyNews.com, Sacramento Bee, The Seattle Times, Silicon Valley Mercury News, KansasCity.com, Miami Herald, Salon.com, CharlotteObserver.com, Yahoo! News, SFGate.com, Idaho Statesman, Palm Beach Post, MySanAntonio.com, MSNBC.com, Cleveland.com, TwinCities.com, LubbockOnline.com, NJ.com and The Cincinnati Enquirer Putting students in the same Situation Room America’s Necessary Loyalty to Human Freedom George W. Bush Returns to Polish His Legacy, Discuss Foreign Policy Don’t abandon Afghan women Also appeared on The Washington Post and StAugustine.com Close encounter of a former-first family kind George W. Bush cautions against forgetting that 'the human condition overseas matters to our national security' Focus on Better Education  Instead North Korea: Dissidents’ Fight for Freedom Supply-Siders’ Case for Austerity Carries No Shame Also appeared on Investors.com and Charleston Daily Mail Rating teachers Miles' Destination 2020: Achievement starts with stronger principals


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Hannah Abney
Hannah Abney

Hannah Abney directs strategic communications and messaging for the George W. Bush Presidential Center, leading a team responsible for developing and implementing communication strategies that help advance the Bush Center’s work in developing leaders, fostering policy, and taking action to save and change lives.

Prior to joining the Bush Center, she led public relations activities for consumer and non-profit brands at The Richards Group.  Abney also led communications efforts  at a national retail trade association in Washington, DC, and served in the George W. Bush Administration in the Vice President’s Office.

A native of Milwaukee, WI, she is a graduate of the Southern Methodist University (B.A., Music) and lives in Dallas with her husband and young sons. 

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