The United Nations General Assembly recently passed a resolution condemning the regime’s “widespread and gross violations of human rights”.
“The United States remains deeply concerned that China continues to incarcerate Liu Xiaobo and hold his wife, Liu Xia, in extralegal house arrest."
This month marks the second anniversary of the unexplained disappearance of one of Laos' most respected civil society figures.
Ten years ago today, a tremendous earthquake centered just off the coast of Indonesia’s Sumatra coastline, created an enormous tsunami that spread across the Indian ocean and deluged the coastal communities there.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation formally announced that the government of North Korea is responsible for the cyber-attack that took place against Sony Pictures Entertainment.
India has a strong incentive to legislate and to enforce a world-class intellectual property rights regime: an interest it shares with the United States.
Afghanistan’s new leaders, President Ashraf Ghani and Chief Executive Officer Abdullah Abdullah, as well as Afghanistan’s many international supporters, are optimistic about the future.
“North Korea continues to have the world’s worst human rights situation.”
The United States has long supported universal suffrage and the aspirations of the Hong Kong people under the “One Country Two Systems” model, and continues to express that support to Beijing.
The United States remains concerned by the ongoing detention and prosecution of public interest lawyers, journalists, bloggers, religious leaders, and others who challenge official Chinese policies and actions.
USAID announces up to $20 million to support water and sanitation efforts in India.
U.S. is committed to working with APEC partners to build a stable regional economic order.