Obama called the U.S.-Japanese alliance “the central foundation for our regional security and so much of what we do in the Pacific region.”
The U.S. shares the OSCE’s concerns about a lack of impartiality on the part of the public administration.
The region is critical to addressing nearly every international challenge that we face today.”
President Barack Obama announced that the U.S. will withdraw 34,000 troops from Afghanistan by this time next year.
Burmese government announces multi-stakeholder commission to review cases of political prisoners.
“We want to ... assist Pakistan in reaching its potential economically, socially, and politically."
North Korea will find neither security nor prosperity in nuclear weapons or missiles.
Pope Benedict XVI is the first pontiff in over 600 years to give up the reins of authority and resign from the papacy.
Over its three years, more than 102,000 citizens took advantage of the USAID Land Reform Project.
United States welcomes U.N. Security Council Resolution 2087, which sanctions a number of North Korean companies and government agencies.
Japan and the United States have a strong alliance that will continue to flourish under Secretary of State John Kerry