The United States is offering a reward for information leading to the arrest or conviction of the terrorists that attacked a military base in Kenya three years ago.
The sanctioned individuals include Iran’s Deputy Minister of Intelligence and key commanders in the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps, the IRGC.
AGRI-Ukraine aims to help Ukrainian farmers overcome many of the worst obstacles to producing, storing and transporting food in war-torn Ukraine.
It’s the citizens who suffer the consequences of corruption as prices rise, fewer resources are invested in the public sector, and the environment is degraded.
President Joe Biden met with Japanese Prime Minister Kishida Fumio in Washington this month to discuss the future of U.S.-Japan relations.
The United States and Turkey identified part of a financial facilitation network that helps to finance the ISIS terrorist group.
The security, humanitarian, and political crises occurring in the Sahel are causing a dramatic increase in the strength and influence of violent extremism.
Can the world’s most pressing problems be solved without the full participation of half its population?
The compact is designed to reduce transportation costs along the corridor between the Port of Cotonou in Benin and Niger’s capital city of Niamey.
“We have a huge stake in the success of African innovators,” said Secretary of State Antony Blinken.
On November 14, President Joe Biden and PRC President Xi Jinping met for their first in-person encounter since both men assumed office.
The Kimberley Process is an international, multi-stakeholder initiative established in 2003 to prevent the trade of conflict diamonds, defined as diamonds sold by rebel groups or their allies to finance conflicts against legitimate governments.