U.S. Ambassador to China
AMBASSADOR HUNTSMAN: I'm extremely disappointed in the outcome, although it wasn't completely unexpected. The original sentence was upheld, that of eight years in prison... Read More
SECRETARY CLINTON: Good afternoon. General Cartwright and I and Under Secretary Burns have just come out of a bipartisan classified briefing with senators, where we talked about recent events in... Read More
The United States is concerned by the Afghan Government's proposed changes to the regulation of women’s shelters. While we recognize that the government needs to monitor shelters, it is important... Read More
Under Secretary for Political Affairs
Remarks to the 30th Annual Appeal of Conscience Foundation's Religious Seminar at FSI
Good morning. Thank you very much for that kind introduction.... Read More
UNDER SECRETARY BURNS: Good morning, everyone. I’m very pleased to welcome you to the Department of State and to the launch of this first-ever Strategic Dialogue with Civil Society. Today’s... Read More
Thank you all very much and good afternoon. It is a pleasure, once again, to be back on the campus of the George Washington University, a place that I have... Read More
Following her landmark address on January 21, 2010, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton delivered a second major foreign policy speech on Internet freedom on February 15, 2011 at George Washington... Read More
SECRETARY CLINTON: Well, thank you all very much for being here. I am pleased to join the minister in hosting the third session of the United States-Ukraine Strategic Partnership Commission.... Read More
The White House
Office of the Press Secretary
South Court Auditorium
10:59 A.M. EST
THE PRESIDENT: Good morning, everybody. Please have a seat. I figured that I’d give Jay one... Read More
QUESTION: Madam Secretary, first of all, thank you for talking to Al Jazeera at the State Department. As you know, the Egyptian army, the supreme council of the armed forces... Read More
QUESTION: Okay. Madam Secretary, I really appreciate this opportunity.
SECRETARY CLINTON: Thank you.
QUESTION: We have very little time. Let me start. There was conflicting messages coming from the White... Read More
We note the ongoing protests in Algeria, and call for restraint on the part of the security services. In addition, we reaffirm our support for the universal rights of the... Read More
The United States strongly condemns Syria’s secret trial of blogger Tal Al-Mallouhi, calls for her immediate release, and rejects as baseless allegations of American connections that have resulted in a... Read More
Remarks by the President on Egypt
3:06 P.M. EST
THE PRESIDENT: Good afternoon, everybody. There are very few moments in our lives where we have the privilege to... Read More
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Senate Foreign Relations Committee Chairman John Kerry (D-MA) issued a statement today following the announcement that President Hosni Mubarak resigned:
“This is an extraordinary moment for Egypt.... Read More
The United States is pleased to announce an initial contribution of $125 million toward the 2011 operations of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR).
The contribution, funded through... Read More
MR. GIBBS: Mr. Feller.
Q Thank you, Robert. I wanted to ask about the meeting with the Republican leadership and something on Egypt, too, please. So Speaker Boehner and Majority... Read More
OPERATOR: Ladies and gentlemen, thank you for standing by. Welcome to the White House-State Department conference call. At this time, all participants are on a listen-only mode. Later, we will... Read More
The United States is deeply concerned about the mob violence in Indonesia directed at members of the Ahmadiyah community that resulted in the deaths of three people and the wounding... Read More