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  • 1Regional Security Officer — (RSO) is the title given to Diplomatic Security Service (DSS) Special Agents serving overseas as the heads of security at US diplomatic facilities such as an American Embassy. Working for the U.S. Department of State as special agents, RSOs are… …

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  • 2Regional Security Office — The Regional Security Office is the name of the office at a US Embassy or Consulate which oversees all functions of security. It is headed by a Diplomatic Security Service special agent, who has the title of Regional Security Officer (RSO).… …

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  • 3Regional Security System — The Regional Security System (RSS) is an international agreement for the defence and security of the eastern Caribbean region.The Regional Security System was created out of a need for collective response to security threats, which were impacting …

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  • 4Regional power — In international relations, a regional power is a state that has power within a geographic region. [http://66.102.9.104/search?q=cache:1oWDzyQHN9kJ:www.essex.ac.uk/ECPR/events/jointsessions/helsinki/long ws outlines/ws9.doc+%22regional+power%22… …

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  • 5regional — [[t]ri͟ːʤən(ə)l[/t]] ♦♦ ADJ: usu ADJ n Regional is used to describe things which relate to a particular area of a country or of the world. ...the autonomous regional government of Andalucia. ...concern about regional security... Many people in… …

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  • 6Regional integration — is a process in which states enter into a regional organisation in order to increase regional cooperation and diffuse regional tensions. Past efforts at regional integration have often focused on removing barriers to free trade in the region,… …

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  • 7Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America — Location map: Member countries:  Canada …

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  • 8Regional Health Information Organization — Regional Health Information Organizations (RHIOs) are key to the US National Health Information Network (NHIN). [ [http://www.whitehouse.gov/infocus/technology/economic policy200404/chap3.html White House website] Transforming Health Care: The… …

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  • 9Regional Science High School Union — (RSHS Union) is a specialized system of public secondary schools in the Philippines, established during the 1994 1995 school year. It is operated and supervised by the Department of Education, with a curriculum heavily focusing on math and… …

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  • 10Regional Seat of Government — Regional Seats of Government or RSGs were the best known aspect of Britain s Civil Defence preparations against Nuclear War. In fact, however, naming conventions changed over the years as strategies in Whitehall changed.In the aftermath of the… …

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  • 11Regional diplomacy — refers to the conduct of relations between countries that belong to an identifiable geographic region. Regional diplomacy (RD) has become a strong force in international relations. Globalization and interdependence have made all states aware,… …

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  • 12Security regulation — What are PMSCs? = Private military and security companies (PMSCs) are businesses that offer specialised services related to war and conflict, including combat operations, strategic planning, intelligence collection, operational and logistical… …

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  • 13Security police — In some countries, including the United States, security police are those persons, employed by or for a governmental agency, who provide police and security services to those agencies properties. Security police protect their agency s facilities …

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  • 14Security (finance) — This article is about the negotiable instrument. For the legal right given to a creditor by a borrower, see Security interest. Securities Securities Bond …

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  • 15Regional Assistance Mission to Solomon Islands — Solomon Islands This article is part of the series: Politics and government of Solomon Islands Queen Elizabeth II …

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  • 16Regional Force Surveillance Units — The Regional Force Surveillance Units (RFSUs) are specialised units of the Australian Army responsible for patrolling northern Australia. The RFSUs regularly conduct operational patrols during peacetime, and the reservists who make up 90% of the… …

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  • 17Regional Economic Communities — The Regional Economic Communities (RECs) in Africa group together individual countries in subregions for the purposes of achieving greater economic integration. They are described as the building blocks of the African Union (AU) and are also… …

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  • 18Regional Data Exchange System — RDES (the Regional Data Exchange System on food and agricultural statistics in Asia and Pacific countries) is a unitary statistical information system which includes a database on food and agricultural statistics and the web portal of APCAS (Asia …

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  • 19Regional Transportation Plan — The Regional Transportation Plan (RTP) is a long term blueprint of a region’s transportation system. Usually RTPs are conducted every five years and are plans for thirty years into the future. The plan identifies and analyzes transportation needs …

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  • 20Regional Transportation Authority (Illinois) — [ Logo] The Regional Transportation Authority (RTA) is the financial and oversight body for the three transit agencies in northeastern Illinois the Chicago Transit Authority, Metra, and Pace which are called Service Boards in the RTA Act. [70… …

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