In Saudi Arabia, the first stop on President Donald Trump's inaugural overseas trip, he called on the Muslim world to unequivocally defeat terrorism and stamp out the ideology that drives it:
To defeat potential outbreaks should they emerge, it is crucial that the world community is capable of quickly detecting, responding to, and containing infectious diseases or other biological pathogens anywhere in the world.
United Nations peacekeeping missions are critical to assisting war-torn countries get back on their feet, and to transition from conflict to peace.
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson and Prime Minister of Georgia Giorgi Kvirikashvili recently signed a U.S.-Georgia General Security of Information Agreement.
Russia, Turkey, and Iran, at a conference in Astana, Kazakhstan, announced an agreement to create 'de-escalation zones' in major areas of conflict between Syrian government forces and rebel groups.
President Trump has committed to resolving the Israeli and Palestinian conflict. Even now, progress is being made toward the goal of peace.
Already, both Vice President Mike Pence and Secretary of State Rex Tillerson have visited our friends and allies in the Asia-Pacific region.
Tarek Sakr is a Syrian-born Canadian citizen who has conducted sniper training in Syria and periodically travels to Turkey. Farah Mohamed Shirdon was born in Toronto, Canada of Somali parents, in 1993. He joined ISIS in 2014.
In late April, the U.S. Department of State named ISIS operative Mubarak Mohammed A Alotaibi as a Specially Designated Global Terrorist under Executive Order 13224.
President Donald Trump urged members of the United Nations Security Council to take action against those who would challenge international peace and security.
The United States and Australia are partners in security, bound together by a historic alliance, said Vice President Mike Pence on his recent visit there.