A year ago this month [in December], the United States announced that it would begin to normalize its relations with the Cuban government.
The meeting between U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry and Foreign Minister Chikoti was the second ministerial level meeting of the U.S.-Angola Strategic Partnership Dialogue.
The U.S. Department of the Treasury has targeted significant Hezbollah procurement facilitators responsible for providing material support to enhance the group’s military and terrorist capabilities.
In too many countries around the world, criminals have built great empires on laundered funds to infiltrate and corrupt government institutions.
U.S. sanctions five Mexican businesses for support of Cartel de Jalisco Nueva Generacion.
Though Bolivia and Venezuela did not make meaningful efforts to meet their obligations to international counter-narcotics agreements over the past year, four Latin American countries made commendable progress.
Burma is one of three nations, however, that have demonstrably failed to live up to their international counter-narcotics agreements or cooperate with the U.S. in its fight against illicit drug trafficking.
The United States and South Korea continue to share an increasingly dynamic partnership that includes military, economic and development issues.
Program educated students on their roles in combatting drug abuse in Pakistan.
Michael Botticelli, Director of National Drug Control Policy, announced this month that the United States Government will provide $13.4 million in funding for High Intensity Drug Trafficking Areas.
Fostering economic development in sub-Saharan Africa is a top priority of the United States, and the African Growth and Opportunity Act is the centerpiece of our trade policy on the continent.
New Oceans and Fisheries Partnership project will develop a system for documenting and tracing legal seafood products in the Coral Triangle region.