U.S. President Barack Obama, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, left, and President Pranab Mukherjee wave to the crowd at the end of India’s annual Republic Day parade in New Delhi, India, Monday, Jan. 26, 2015.
“America’s prosperity and Asia’s prosperity are inseparable . . . Our shared prosperity and shared security are just as tightly linked.”
North Korea is one of the most difficult and complicated challenges the United States faces.
Trade and the broader economic relationship between the United States and India have been growing by leaps and bounds.
On a recent visit to Pakistan, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry emphasized the importance of U.S.-Pakistan cooperation in the fight against terrorism.
The United States has expressed deep concern over reports of harassment by Chinese authorities of the family of a Uighur American journalist working for Radio Free Asia in Washington.
In a commendable display of the democratic process, Sri Lankans went to the polls and freely, fairly and peacefully elected a new president on January 8.
Workers in Peru and the Philippines will have enhanced protection through a partnership with the United States.
President Barack Obama has authorized the imposition of additional sanctions against the government of North Korea and the Workers' Party of Korea.
Dr. Geraldine Richmond, a professor of chemistry at the University of Oregon and an expert on women in science, will travel as a U.S. Science Envoy to Thailand and Vietnam this month.
The United States dedicated a new $145 million American Embassy in Vientiane.
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Mongolia has been selected as eligible to develop a second Millennium Challenge Corporation compact to promote the nation’s economic growth and reduce poverty.