Remarks as prepared
Thank you, Susan (Kaufmann Purcell), for that warm introduction. I am delighted to be back in Miami and have the opportunity to see so many old friends... Read More
The United States is pursuing every avenue to get humanitarian relief to those affected by the violence in Syria and is engaged in focused diplomatic efforts to secure full and... Read More
Thank you all so much. Good evening.
It’s great to be here with you all. You know, I spend most of my time in New York at the United Nations,... Read More
AMBASSADOR VERVEER: Good afternoon everybody. I'm so pleased to be here with all of you and unfortunately come to the end of what has been an extraordinary visit for me... Read More
Translated: English عربي فارسی
The United States condemns in the strongest possible terms today’s attacks in Damascus. Any and all violence that results in the indiscriminate killing and injury of... Read More
JOHN WODATCH: Thank you all for staying with us, and now we're on to the concluding session of the conference and, as they say, we've saved the best for last. ... Read More
CONTINUATION OF THE NATIONAL EMERGENCY WITH RESPECT TO
THE ACTIONS OF THE GOVERNMENT OF SYRIA
On May 11, 2004, pursuant to his authority under the International Emergency Economic Powers... Read More
Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton met with Bahraini Crown Prince Salman Bin Hamad Al Khalifa today, May 9, at the Department of State. Secretary Clinton affirmed the long-standing commitment... Read More
The United States welcomes the May 8, 2012 International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (ICTR) appeal decisions in the cases of Gaspard Kanyarukiga, Aloys Ntabakuze, and Ildephonse Hategekimana. The Appeals... Read More
I am delighted to be able to lend my voice to this very important conference. The protection of human rights is a cornerstone of our foreign policy and a personal... Read More
Thank you, Jane. It is an honor to be included in this National Conversation on the Intelligence Community Assessment on Global Water Security. The Woodrow Wilson Center has been visionary... Read More
QUESTION: It’s been quite a trip.
SECRETARY CLINTON: Yes, yes it has.
QUESTION: And if you don’t mind, I want to kind of go back to the beginning and talk... Read More
QUESTION: Secretary Clinton, thank you very much for being with us. This has been quite a trip, and I want to begin at the beginning, in China. Mr. Chen, Chen... Read More
Ambassador Rice: Good afternoon. The situation in Syria remains dire, especially for the millions who continue to endure daily attacks and who are in urgent need of humanitarian assistance. The... Read More
Excerpts from full remarks:
The recent history of the Americas has proven how important democracy is to reinforcing economic progress, social inclusion, human rights, and peace setting a powerful example... Read More
Good afternoon, everyone, and thank you, Marilyn, for that generous introduction. I spend a lot of time working to bring more and more businesses into the anti-trafficking movement. And when... Read More
Good evening. Thank you for inviting me here today. It is an honor to be here as a representative of the United States Government and admirer of your work. The... Read More
MS. SAHA: Welcome and good morning. Please welcome our honorable guest here, Ms. Hillary Rodham Clinton.
SECRETARY CLINTON: Thank you.
MS. SAHA: Welcome. (Applause.) I’d like to start our show.... Read More
Thomas O. Melia, State Department Deputy Assistant Secretary in charge of democracy and human rights is in Budapest for official talks. His name became well known here as a result... Read More
Today, the fifth convoy of approximately 400 Camp Ashraf residents safely arrived at Camp Hurriya. The United States welcomes the continued cooperation of the Government of Iraq and the residents... Read More