On January 20th, Joseph Robinette Biden Jr. will be sworn in as the 46th President of the United States of America and his Vice President, the former Senator Kamala Harris, will be the first woman to hold the office.
The United States stands with the Lebanese people who are saying “business as usual is unacceptable.”
“The United States strongly condemns the. . .mutiny in Mali as we would condemn any forcible seizure of power,” said Secretary of State Mike Pompeo in a statement.
On August 26, Americans celebrate the 100th anniversary of passage into law of the 19th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, which gives women the right to vote.
The key to begin fixing South Sudan’s problems is political stability, and the key to political stability is strong, democratic governance.
Zimbabwe has a new president. Emmerson Mnangagwa was officially sworn in on August 27 following a ruling by the Constitutional Court declaring Mr. Mnangagwa the winner of the July 30 presidential election.
The people of Zimbabwe recently went to the polls to elect a new president, but the opposition said the results are fraudulent and has challenged the results in court.
The United States is set to apply maximum economic and diplomatic pressure on Iran to induce Iran’s leaders to change their destabilizing policies.
On June 7th, the Ukrainian parliament took a decisive step toward rolling back systemic corruption by adopting a law to create an independent anti-corruption court.
Burundi’s President Pierre Nkurunziza announced on June 7 that he would not run again in 2020.
The United States is proud to work with Pakistan to help law enforcement to better protect the peoples of Pakistan.
The United States notes that the referendum process in Burundi was marred by a lack of transparency, the suspension of media outlets, and attempts to pressure voters.