Secretary of State John Kerry, right, shakes hands with China's Vice Premier Wang Yang. (June 25, 2015)
Promoting democracy and human rights in Asia is of crucial importance to the United States.
U.S. Assistance focuses on agriculture and food security, connectivity, education, energy security, environment and water, and health.
"Targeting innocent people in the holy month of Ramadan is a clear act of hostility against the religion of Islam."
U.S. asks others to join in "encouraging the Chinese government to live up to its international obligations to respect Tibetans’ distinct culture, identity, and fundamental human rights.”
U.S.-Pakistan Centers for Advanced Studies will build partnerships in higher education and research.
Earthquake preparedness courses conducted by United States Agency for International Development and the National Society for Earthquake Technology, save lives.
Five years ago, Burma started moving toward an increasingly democratic rule.
It’s been 26 years since China’s violent suppression of pro-democracy demonstrators in Beijing’s Tiananmen Square.
Taiwan remains a vital partner for the United States in Asia.
Since his victory, President Sirisena has implemented a number of reforms, including removing media restrictions, lifting restrictions on foreign travel to the North, and initiating corruption probes.
Over the past few years, India has strengthened its regional leadership role in South Asia.
The U.S.-Korean economic relationship keeps going from strength to strength.
The U.S. Government’s Millennium Challenge Corporation representatives met with Mongolian leaders to discuss development of the country’s new compact.
Yet another Bangladeshi blogger has been hacked to death, the third such murder since February.