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National Foreign Affairs Training Center
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  1. The George P. Shultz National Foreign Affairs Training Center is one of several locations that house the Foreign Service Institute , the United States government's training school for members of the U.S. foreign affairs community

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  2. (1989) and in Taipei, Taiwan (1990)

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  3. located at Arlington Hall in Arlington, Virginia

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  4. The Foreign Service Institute prepares United States diplomats and other government foreign affairs professionals to advance U.S. foreign affairs interests overseas and in Washington DC

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  5. 38.867647,-77.101536

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