President Donald Trump recently welcomed Kazakh President Nursultan Nazarbayev to the White House, where he noted that Kazakhstan has made great strides since gaining independence in 1991.
The United States will maintain a military and diplomatic presence in Syria in order to help achieve a stable, unified and independent Syria, said U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson.
An enduring defeat if ISIS requires is a credible political process leading to a government chosen by the Syrian people, without Bashar Al Assad at the helm.
The United States welcomed the January 9 meeting between South Korea and North Korea aimed at ensuring a safe, secure, and successful Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang.
The U.S. Department of the Treasury’s Office of Foreign Assets Control, or OFAC, has sanctioned two individuals in response to North Korea’s ongoing development of weapons of mass destruction.
The United States is assisting law enforcement in Senegal with a donation of critical, non-lethal law enforcement equipment and materiel to the country’s national police.
The newly implemented U.S. strategy in Afghanistan is turning the tables on the Taliban.
In Syria and Iraq, ISIS will soon be history. But even as it struggles to stay alive and relevant, it is critical that it not be allowed to regroup and flourish elsewhere.
Through its Bi-national Commission with Nigeria, the U.S. hopes to find new areas of collaboration with regard to security cooperation; economic growth and development; and democracy and governance.
Governments that sponsor or condone violence or discrimination against their own people are more likely to see extremism grow in their country.
“This is not a monolithic group. Some of them may have engaged in terrorism while in the conflict zone or may pose a threat to the community, others may themselves be victims of ISIS."