In a speech to the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development, Secretary of State Blinken outlined four significant challenges that member nations must work together to solve.
On the first Monday in September, America observes Labor Day, a celebration of its workers and their contributions to the successes of the United States and its society.
The United States government has long been concerned that the Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline that will link Russia and Germany below the Baltic Sea could pose a risk to European energy security.
On May 28th, we observe World Hunger Day, which aims to focus attention on the fact that despite global progress, every year some 9 million people die as a consequence of hunger.
In a recent visit to the United Kingdom, Secretary of State Antony Blinken heralded the enduring relationship between the United States and the United Kingdom.
President Joe Biden recently welcomed Japanese Prime Minister Suga Yoshihide to the White House where both leaders expressed their commitment to defending and advancing shared values.
The Sudan Sovereign Council and Council of Ministers recently voted to repeal its more than six-decade-long boycott of Israel.
The United States continues to apply pressure on the Iranian regime through additional sanctions.
As the Western Hemisphere’s economies begin to reopen, the United States is doing its part to spur post-COVID economic growth through its Growth in the Americas or América Crece initiative.
The Mekong-U.S. Partnership is committed to the autonomy, economic independence, good governance, and sustainable growth of partner countries.
July marks the 70th anniversary of cooperation between the United States and the Kingdom of Cambodia.
On April 21, the U.S. Treasury Department issued an amended authorization regarding the Venezuela-based operations of Chevron, Halliburton, Schlumberger, Baker Hughes, and Weatherford.