The United States reiterated its support for Sudan’s civilian-led transition after an attempt was made to seize power from the country’s Civilian Led Transitional Government.
“We must clearly and unequivocally demonstrate that democracies can govern competently and deliver real results for real people.”
It is imperative that democratic nations shape the way new technologies like artificial intelligence are used.
President Joe Biden expressed solidarity with the Cuban people “demanding their freedom from an authoritarian regime,” and called on the Havana government “to refrain from violence or attempts to silence the voice of the people of Cuba.”
The overwhelming majority of Organization of American States member countries voted to support the Nicaraguan people and their fight for free and fair elections, respect for human rights, and accountability.
On July 4, the United States celebrates the 245th anniversary of its birth as a nation.
“My thoughts today are with all the surviving families of the many victims of Mladic’s atrocities. We can never erase the tragedy of their deaths, but I hope today’s judgment provides some solace to all those who are grieving.”
The United States is committed to supporting Sudan as it pursues its democratic transition.
The United States is deeply concerned over Haiti’s ongoing political impasse, lack of accountability for human rights violations, and deteriorating security conditions.
January 14 elections in Uganda were neither free nor fair, and the U.S. vowed to take action against those responsible for election-related violence or undermining democracy.
Secretary of State Antony Blinken stressed that together, the United States and Japan are “addressing core security concerns,” including North Korea’s nuclear weapons program and maritime security across the region.
“We stand with the people of Burma and support their right to assemble peacefully, including their right to protest peacefully in support of the democratically elected government," Ned Price said.