Mid-September saw a second extension of import restrictions.
The Transparency Agreement also commits the two parties to ensure that administrative agencies apply fair, impartial, and reasonable procedures.
The United States believes there should be a credible and transparent review of irregularities in the July election.
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry met with Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi in Washington, D.C.
A key component of the United States policy towards the Asia-Pacific includes boosting trade and investment in the region.
Lebanese-born Atris Hussein has been convicted in Thailand of illegal possession of a large amount of bomb-making materials.
USAID’s CEPAT program supports the Government of Indonesia’s efforts to combat tuberculosis.
Voters in Maldives head to the polls on September 28 for a run-off election to choose a new president.
The U.S. is committed to helping Nepal at this historic moment.
U.S. and Republic of Korea called on North Korea to meets its commitments and international obligations, including to irreversibly denuclearize.
The Millennium Challenge Corporation, or MCC, is an independent U.S
U.S. welcomes assessment visit of Navi Pillay, the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights.