“The Administration [of President Barack Obama] is committed to sustained, productive engagement in the Americas.”
On December 26, President Barack Obama signed into law legislation that clears the way for the United States and Mexico to bring the U.S.-Mexico Transboundary Hydrocarbons Agreement into force.
The United States commends the Honduran government for their efforts to ensure the election process was generally transparent, peaceful and reflected the will of the Honduran people.
The message of peace on earth and good will toward men is universal and one that Americans wish to share at this time of year with all citizens of the world.
The United States congratulates President-elect Michelle Bachelet.
Peace and prosperity are among the United States’ and Caribbean’s top priorities.
Growing small and medium-sized businesses is without a doubt the key to powering the engine of economic growth in Latin America.
The U.S. Department of State announced a new reward of up to $5 million offered under the Narcotics Rewards Program for information leading to the arrest and/or conviction of Rafael Caro-Quintero.
The fourth Thursday in November is a national day of thanksgiving in the United States.
Fifty years ago in what would be his last foreign policy address, President John F. Kennedy hailed the promise and opportunities that he saw ahead for the Western Hemisphere.
Over the last ten years, American families have opened their hearts and homes to more than 200,000 children from other countries.
President Barack Obama has worked to adapt our nation’s policies to help the Cuban people achieve a greater degree of political freedom and economic independence from the Cuban government.