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Secretary Clinton: Remarks at the Global Chiefs of Mission Conference Luncheon

SECRETARY CLINTON: Good afternoon, everyone. And I love the volume of conversation that is occurring. It’s one of the ancillary benefits that we hoped would occur because of the opportunity... Read More

Secretary Clinton’s Call to Egyptian Vice President Omar Soliman

Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton called Egyptian Vice President Omar Soliman today to convey that today’s violence was a shocking development after many days of consistently peaceful demonstrations. The... Read More

Philip Crowley: Statement on Egypt Attacks on Demonstrators and Journalists

Press Statement Philip J. Crowley Assistant Secretary, Bureau of Public Affairs, Office of the Spokesman Washington, DC After days of peaceful protests in Cairo and other cities in Egypt, today we see... Read More

Secretary Clinton's Call to Egyptian Vice President Omar Soliman

Media Note Office of the Spokesman Washington, DC Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton called Egyptian Vice President Omar Soliman today to convey that today’s violence was a shocking development... Read More

Statement from White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs on violence in Egypt

The White House Office of the Press Secretary The United States deplores and condemns the violence that is taking place in Egypt, and we are deeply concerned about attacks on... Read More

Secretary Clinton's Call to Egyptian Vice President Omar Soliman

Media Note Office of the Spokesman Washington, DC Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton called Egyptian Vice President Omar Soliman today to convey that today’s violence was a shocking development... Read More

Secretary Clinton: Remarks at Global Chiefs of Mission Conference

Hillary Rodham Clinton, Secretary of State Cheryl Mills, Counselor Dean Acheson Auditorium Washington, DC MS. MILLS: Good morning. Wow, this is fabulous, most particularly because it’s someone else that the... Read More

Esther Brimmer: Remarks on Revitalizing the United Nations and Multilateral Cooperation: The Obama Administration's Progress

Thank you, Ted, for that introduction and for the opportunity to speak here today. Before I begin, I want to recognize the contributions you and your colleagues at Brookings have... Read More

Global Trends in Anti-Semitism

 Hannah Rosenthal: Special Envoy to Monitor and Combat Anti-Semitism Ladies and gentlemen, distinguished guests and representatives of the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum-- I thank you for the invitation... Read More

Senators Joe Lieberman, Susan Collins and Tom Carper on Cybersecurity

 WASHINGTON – Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee Chairman Joe Lieberman, ID-Conn., Ranking Member Susan Collins, R-Me., and Senator Tom Carper, D-Del., issued the following statement Tuesday about the Internet... Read More

Senator John Kerry on President Mubarak’s Announcement To Not Seek Reelection

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Senator John Kerry (D-Mass.), Chairman of the Foreign Relations Committee, today released the following statement after President Mubarak announced that he will not run for... Read More

Remarks by President Barack Obama on the Situation in Egypt

THE PRESIDENT: Good evening, everybody. Over the past few days, the American people have watched the situation unfolding in Egypt. We’ve seen enormous demonstrations by the Egyptian people. We’ve borne... Read More

Secretary Clinton’s Remarks at the President’s Interagency Task Force to Monitor and Combat Trafficking in Persons

SECRETARY CLINTON: I think we’re going to try to get started because we have a quorum and we have others who will join us. And we have some new faces... Read More

Ambassador-at-Large Luis CdeBaca on New Interagency Initiatives To Combat Trafficking in Persons

Click for video: New Interagency Initiatives To Combat Trafficking in Persons MR. TONER: Good afternoon. Welcome to the State Department. Well, as dramatic events unfold half a world away in... Read More

Senator Daniel Inouye: Comments on Egypt

Click here for the .PDF of Senator Inouye's... Read More

Press Briefing by Press Secretary Robert Gibbs

MR. GIBBS: Mr. Feller. Q Thanks, Robert. Two questions on Egypt. Since the crisis began, a couple of the central questions have been whether President Mubarak should stay in power,... Read More

Phillip Crowley: Concern for the Denial of Human Rights in Iran

Press Statement Philip J. Crowley Assistant Secretary, Bureau of Public Affairs Washington, DC The United States is deeply concerned that Iran continues to deny its citizens their human rights. Judicial... Read More

Secretary Clinton To Convene Cabinet Secretaries for the President's Interagency Task Force to Monitor and Combat Trafficking in Persons on February 1

Notice to the Press Washington, DC Secretary Clinton, Attorney General Holder, Secretaries Napolitano and Solis, and Ambassador CdeBaca to brief the press following Task Force Meeting Secretary of State Hillary... Read More

Philip Crowley: Statement on Belarus Sanctions

Press Statement Philip J. Crowley Assistant Secretary, Bureau of Public Affairs, Office of the Spokesman Washington, DC The United States announces today measures to respond to the brutal crackdown by... Read More

U.S. Agency for International Development: Women and Families Profit from Poultry

Women in Balochistan improve family diets and earn extra cash A girl in Mastung District stands by her family’s new chicken coop, where the chickens stay to beat the midday... Read More



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