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Jim Nicholson co-chairs delegation to China

Jim Nicholson recently co-chaired a delegation to China to meet with senior Chinese Communist party officials to discuss U.S.-Sino political systems and the political landscape in the United States for 2016 elections.  Nicholson said the Chinese were very well informed and very curious about the presidential contest and the Congressional races, especially the U.S. Senate. 

Original Links:
http://www.chinadaily.com.cn/world/2015-05/06/content_20640029.htm
http://africa.chinadaily.com.cn/china/2015-05/08/content_20655095.htm

Pope Francis spreads message of hope in Manila – Reaction from Secretary Jim Nicholson, former US ambassador to the Holy See

Pope Francis spreads message of hope in Manila
Jan. 18, 2015 – 3:20 – Reaction from Secretary Jim Nicholson, former US ambassador to the Holy See

Jim Nicholson talked with Fox & Friends about Pope Francis’ extraordinary trip to the Philippines. Calling Francis a “big-hearted pastor of the world”, Nicholson noted the Pope’s popular appeal to people of all faiths because of his humility, his authenticity, and his special call to restore dignity and help for the poor and hungry. More than six million attended the Pope’s open-air Mass in Manila, the largest turnout ever for a human being.

Jim Nicholson is the former U.S. Ambassador to the Holy See.

Former U.S. Ambassadors to the Holy See, R. James Nicholson and Francis Rooney, discuss the position of the Holy See in the current international order

U.S. Ambassador to the Holy See Jim Nicholson discussed the position of the Holy See in the international order at a panel discussion with the Catholic Information Center, which works to make the Catholic Church alive in the hearts and minds  of men and women living and working in our nation’s capital.

Outside groups are moving onto political parties’ turf

Jim Nicholson, former chairman of the Republican National Committee, spoke with David Gura of American Public Media’s Marketplace on 11/3/14 about reforms to McCain-Feingold campaign finance rules as well as the role of the political parties in an age of increased spending by outside groups.  http://www.marketplace.org/topics/elections/outside-groups-are-moving-political-parties-turf