On Christmas, millions of Americans will exchange gifts, worship together in their various ways, then gather perhaps with family and friends to complete the celebration over dinner.
NATO members must always reaffirm the importance of collective defense and democratic solidarity, said U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry.
The partnership between the United States and Germany has a long history and is rooted in their common understanding and commitment to NATO and to a Europe that is whole and free.
The Ukrainian film director was arrested in Crimea in 2014 shortly after Russia's occupation of the peninsula in retaliation for his vocal opposition to the occupation.
"We advance the security and prosperity of our citizens when we advance the timeless principles that are at the heart of the OSCE."
In response to Russia’s illegal aggression against Ukraine, the United States, the European Union, and a number of other countries, applied targeted sanctions against Russian individuals, businesses and officials.
Russian President Vladimir Putin recently signed an agreement establishing a joint military force between Russia and leaders in Abkhazia, a so-called “breakaway” region of Georgia.
On President Barack Obama’s recent and final overseas trip as U.S. president, he gave a ringing endorsement of democracy in its birthplace, Athens, Greece.
The Innovative Solutions and Technologies Center, or ISTC has been supporting the development of Armenia’s information technology sector since 2014.
There is an opportunity to put in place a lasting ceasefire in eastern Ukraine, said U.S. Representative to the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe Daniel Baer.
Forty-one years ago, the Helsinki Final Act “recognized the universal significance of human rights and fundamental freedoms.”
Although Russia says it is fighting terrorists in Syria, its targeting of innocent civilians undermines that claim.