U.S. Treasury Department action “targets two individuals who threaten the stability of the Central African Republic’s Transitional Government and undermine free and fair elections.
The United States and Belarus recently convened the second Working Group for Democracy and Human Rights.
Elections point to the real possibility that a genuine democratic, political dialogue in Venezuela could emerge.
On a recent visit to Ukraine, Vice President Joe Biden acknowledged the economic and political reforms the country has made over the past year.
The meeting between U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry and Foreign Minister Chikoti was the second ministerial level meeting of the U.S.-Angola Strategic Partnership Dialogue.
“Burkina Faso’s commitment to a peaceful and transparent election is a model to be emulated."
The United States is deeply troubled by the Russian Government’s continued restrictions against civil society organizations in Russia.
We must be vigilant but also stay true to our common values.
Freedom of expression is a “foundational human right.”
In Southeast Asia, the United States believes that accountable governments, the rule of law, and respect for human rights provide the foundation for long-term political stability and sustainable development.
"The best antidote to Russian aggression and malign influence is Ukraine’s success as a democratic, prosperous, European state.”
"We are resolved to tell the world that we will condemn anti-Semitism and all forms of bigotry, no matter how their proponents attempt to cloak it in some false mantle of respectability."