“No economy is immune from corruption, nor can any economy combat it alone.”
The rapid economic growth in Asia and improvement in regional trade linkages present an opportunity to expand the economic pie.
Laos’s neighbors and the international community are again voicing concerns about hydroelectric project.
United States helps students learn about different cultures through the 100,000 Strong Foundation.
Program provides support to Pakistani entrepreneurs by connecting them with American investors and mentors,
Surge in recent years reflects the increasing involvement of organized crime.
International Red Cross will resume visiting detainees in Burma's prisons.
The United Nations Security Council voted unanimously to impose new sanctions on North Korea in response to its rocket launch last month.
The ACRES Education Center and Auditorium will promote awareness about the wildlife trade, conservation, and a host of animal welfare issues.
Regarding the Senkaku islands, Secretary Clinton reiterated the U.S. desire to see the parties peacefully resolve the matter through dialogue.
The United States affirms that NATO will remain a strong, flexible alliance capable of dealing with 21st century challenges.
2013 has brought no respite to the Vietnamese government’s crackdown on dissent.