U.S. pastor Andrew Brunson went on trial in Turkey this month for alleged ties to terrorism and espionage.
70 years ago this month, the United States implemented the European Recovery Program, better known as the Marshall Plan, in an effort to stabilize war-shattered Europe, and help it restore its industrial and agricultural production.
Along with allies Britain and France, the United States has sent a clear message to Syrian President Bashar al-Assad and his patrons, Russia and Iran: the use of chemical weapons will not be tolerated.
The U.S. government has worked closely with Ukrainian civil society and the government of President Petro Poroshenko to pave the way for a stable, democratic, prosperous, and free Ukraine.
The United States welcomes the recent signing in Warsaw of an agreement concluding Phase I of Poland’s purchase of the Patriot missile defense system, worth 4.6 billion dollars.
At this year's Women of Courage Awards, the U.S. Department of State recognized 10 extraordinary women who courageously fight for their beliefs.
President Donald Trump recently welcomed the leaders of Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania to the White House, noting that this year marks the 100th anniversaries of the three Baltic Nations’ independence.
At the 37th UN Human Rights Council session in Geneva, the U.S. addressed urgent human rights situations around the world.
Over the past four years, Russia has engaged in a campaign of coercion and violence, targeting anyone opposed to its attempted annexation.
Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin announced additional sanctions targeting 19 Russian individuals and five entities responsible for a range of destabilizing activities.
Defense Secretary James Mattis said he sees no change in Russia’s military capability.
The United States stands with its closest ally the United Kingdom and shares its assessment “that Russia is responsible for the reckless nerve agent attack on a British citizen and his daughter."