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Secretary Kerry Remarks on Ukraine

Ukraine News Center: Comprehensive listing of U.S. Government news and activity related to the ongoing crisis in Ukraine. Excerpts from Secretary Kerry Remarks With Democratic Republic of the Congo Foreign... Read More

Op-Ed: Africa is on the Rise, and We Need To Help Make Sure it Continues

This opinion piece originally appeared in The Washington Post. The best untold story of the last decade may be the story of Africa. Real income hasincreased more than 30... Read More

Commitment to Africa

This transcript is also available in Portuguese and French. Hallelujah, thank you very much for a spectacular introduction. Thank you for even getting out of the city and up into... Read More

UPR 19th Session – Intervention for Brunei Darussalam

Learn more about the Universal Periodic Review, and see other interventions on the UPR 19th Session page. As delivered by Valerie Ullrich The United States welcomes the delegation of Brunei... Read More

Ambassador Power at a Security Council Meeting on Ukraine

Ukraine News Center: Comprehensive listing of U.S. Government news and activity related to the ongoing crisis in Ukraine. Thank you Mr. President. In recent months, this Council has met on... Read More

Highlights of State Department and USAID Efforts to Support Press and Media Freedom

On World Press Freedom Day, the United States pays special honor to the importance of media freedom – a crucial element of freedom of expression – at home and abroad. ... Read More

Ambassador Power’s Response on Ukraine at U.N. Meeting

Ukraine News Center: Comprehensive listing of U.S. Government news and activity related to the ongoing crisis in Ukraine. I’d just like to offer a couple of points in response. First,... Read More

Tragic Loss of Life in Odesa

The United States today mourns with all Ukrainians the heartbreaking loss of life in Odesa. Today the international community must stand together in support of the Ukrainian people as they... Read More

Secretary Kerry Commemorating World Press Freedom Day

May 3 we commemorate World Press Freedom Day at a time when for too many, a free press is under assault, and the journalists, bloggers, photographers, essayists, satirists, and essayists... Read More

Human Rights and National Security: A Value-Based Foreign Policy

Thank you to Rachel and all the members of the Truman family for the support you gave me during my long and winding road to confirmation.  The process of getting... Read More

Remarks by President Obama and German Chancellor Merkel in Joint Press Conference

PRESIDENT OBAMA: Well, good morning, everybody. It is always a great pleasure to welcome my friend Chancellor Merkel to the White House. Germany is one of our strongest allies, and... Read More

UPR 19th Session – Intervention for Democratic People’s Republic of Korea

Learn more about the Universal Periodic Review, and see other interventions on the UPR 19th Session page. As Delivered by Ambassador Robert King Thank you Mr. President. The United States... Read More

UPR 19th Session – Intervention for Dominica

Learn more about the Universal Periodic Review, and see other interventions on the UPR 19th Session page. As delivered by Kim D’Auria-Vazira The United States welcomes the Dominican delegation to... Read More

President Obama on Elections in Iraq

On behalf of the American people, I congratulate the Iraqi people on the completion of yesterday’s parliamentary elections. Millions of Iraqis embraced their democratic right to vote. The people of... Read More

Ambassador Power on the Humanitarian Crisis in Syria

The United States condemns the continued flagrant disregard by the Syrian government and extremist groups of UN Security Council resolution 2139 on humanitarian access. As the UN’s second report on... Read More

The Syrian Conflict Through the Lens of Women and Girls

The numbers are stark. The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights currently estimates that some 150,000 Syrians have perished in that country’s ongoing conflict. Over 6 million Syrians have been displaced... Read More

Testimony: From “Pre-genocide” to Genocide in the Central African Republic?

AS DELIVERED The Honorable Robert P. Jackson, Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary Bureau of African Affairs, U.S. Department of State Thank you very much Chairman Smith, ranking member Bass, and other... Read More

UPR 19th Session - Intervention for Côte d’Ivoire

Learn more about the Universal Periodic Review, and see other interventions on the UPR 19th Session page. AS DELIVERED by U.S. Chargé d’Affairs, a.i. Peter Mulrean The United States welcomes... Read More

Secretary Kerry on Iraqi Parliamentary Election

Millions of Iraqis courageously voted today and reaffirmed not just their commitment to democracy, but their determination to achieve a more secure and peaceful future. Iraqis from every ethnic and... Read More

UPR 19th Session - Intervention for Portugal

Learn more about the Universal Periodic Review, and see other interventions on the UPR 19th Session page. AS DELIVERED by Eric Richardson Thank you Mr. President. The United States warmly... Read More



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