“From sexual violence in eastern Congo to the brutal torture in the Assad regime’s prisons in Syria, we will continue to seek accountability for the world’s worst crimes."
An inclusive and comprehensive political dialogue is the only credible route to reestablish stability.
After another delay, South Sudan President Salva Kiir appears ready to finally sign the peace agreement negotiated with the help of regional leaders in Addis Ababa.
“Rule of law means that when there is a conflict between the primacy of the law and the preferences of the state, the law take precedence. In China, the opposite appears increasingly to be the case.”
Let Girls Learn Initiative aims to address some of the many challenges preventing adolescent girls from attending and completing school.
Armed militants in Mali have stepped up attacks against the United Nations peacekeeping mission and Malian security forces, continuing a deadly campaign aimed at destabilizing the West African nation.
“Democracy faces greater challenges today than at any point in recent memory.”
The United States is gravely concerned about the plight of the Rohingya population in Southeast Asia.
The United States values the partnerships it has co-built across the Americas to support and strengthen the modern global information and communication ecosystem.
"The freedom to speak, freedom to worship, to travel, to acquire knowledge and information," said Secretary Kerry, "these are essentials."
On August 7 Niladry Chattopadhyay was hacked to death at his home by assailants using machetes and cleavers.
U.N. Security Council adopts resolution establishing joint investigation mechanism regarding the use of chemicals as weapons in Syria.