The United States strongly condemned the recent Houthi attacks against Saudi Arabia. On August 31, a drone struck the civilian airport in Abha, wounding eight civilians and damaging a commercial airliner.
The United States has ended its military mission in Afghanistan after 20 years — the longest war in American history.
Senior officials from the United States, Australia, India, and Japan recently met virtually for consultations.
The partnership between the United States and Iraq is much broader and deeper than even the common fight against ISIS.
The Indo-Pacific is in a position to rebuild in the wake of the pandemic and move forward to an even brighter future, in an even stronger rules-based international order, declared Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin.
The United States and countries around the world have accused the People’s Republic of China, or PRC, of conducting and participating in malicious activities in cyberspace.
Secretary of State Antony Blinken stressed that the community of nations must work together to reduce the national security risks posed by malicious cyber activities and emerging technologies.
The United States is encouraging the People’s Republic of China to engage meaningfully with Washington on reducing nuclear risks.
“Taiwan has the right to live in peace,” said White House Indo-Pacific coordinator Kurt Campbell.
The United States strongly condemns the assassination of Haitian President Jovenel Moïse and the attack on First Lady Martine Moïse.
The United States has designated Ousmane Illiassou Djibo – also known as Petit Chapori – as a Specially Designated Global Terrorist.
Though ISIS lost the territory it once controlled and with it, its fraudulent caliphate, it is yet to be fully uprooted.