Americas boss takes time out

It's not unusual for top officials at Foreign Affairs' to take some time off and join a university or other institution for a short period of time. What is unusual is for that to happen when that official's project is one of the government's top priorities.

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Hitting the Books: Alexandra Bugailiskis, Foreign Affairs assistant deputy minister for Latin America and the Caribbean, will be joining Carleton University for the next year.
Published: Wednesday, 09/15/2010 12:00 am EDT

It's not unusual for top officials at Foreign Affairs' to take some time off and join a university or other institution for a short period of time. What is unusual is for that to happen when that official's project is one of the government's top priorities.

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