China Should Release Gao Yu

Gao Yu

04/25/2015
Gao Yu, a 71-year-old Chinese journalist, was sentenced to seven years in prison after a court in Beijing found her guilty of leaking state secrets abroad. More
April 2015
April 19, 2015

Audio Concern Over Release of Suspected Terrorist

The United States is gravely concerned over the release on bail of the suspected planner of the 2008 Mumbai terror attacks.

April 17, 2015

Audio U.S. Supports Lasting Peace in Sri Lanka

The United States’ hope is that Sri Lanka will stay the course and continue to build the more democratic, inclusive and open society that its people so clearly desire.

April 12, 2015

Audio U.S. Concerned Over Uzbek Activist

The United States is concerned about Uzbek human rights activist Alikul Sarymsakov.

Audio Future Course of Central Asia

From the beginning, the United States has sought to assist Central Asia’s development, promoting the ideals of democracy and free markets.

April 10, 2015

Audio Russel on Trans-Pacific Partnership

TPP negotiators are now working around the clock, and countries are moving on issues that seemed intractable months ago.

April 08, 2015

Audio Stability in Central Asia Necessary to U.S. Security

"Our security is tied to a stable Central Asia, and at the same time we see a region of enormous potential," said U.S. Deputy Secretary of State Anthony Blinken.

April 06, 2015

Audio Women of Courage - Banding Together for Progress

“These honorees demonstrate to us what is possible when women stand up for their rights and freedoms."

April 05, 2015

Audio Education Protestors Charged in Burma

The government of Burma has filed charges against 80 demonstrators arrested in the southern town of Letpadan during a protest march March 10.

April 2015

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