“December 8th, 2013 marked the fifth anniversary of Nobel laureate and writer Liu Xiaobo’s detention.
The United States called to account governments who fail to protect, and in too many places, violate and abuse, the fundamental freedoms and human rights of their citizens.
2014 will be a pivotal year for the NATO alliance and for the transatlantic relationship.
Will Afghanistan’s government protect the progress made to advance the human rights of Afghan women?
“There is unanimity on what North Korea must do: North Korea must abandon its nuclear weapons and agree to begin that process.”
U.S. rebalance to Asia is a fundamental recognition that this continent will play a growing role in global politics, security, and economics in the 21st century.
The United States is concerned about the protests in Thailand and urges all sides to refrain from violence, exercise restraint and respect the rule of law.
Resolution welcomed the positive developments in Burma and the stated commitment by the Burmese government “to continue on the path".
The United States is committed to the development of a prosperous Pakistan.
Over the last ten years, American families have opened their hearts and homes to more than 200,000 children from other countries.
The polls have closed and the votes are being counted in Nepal, where millions of citizens cast ballots on Nov. 19 for a new Constituent Assembly.
“The rebalance to Asia is a major element of U.S. foreign policy.”