Discover how the portraits of U.S. secretaries of state, from the 1700s to today, were shaped by U.S. values and evolving art traditions.
The U.S. sends musicians abroad each year. Learn about this music diplomacy, which began with 1950s jazz heroes and continues today.
Power Africa is enabling people in rural Madagascar to reopen businesses or simply watch TV. See how this partnership is improving lives.
The U.S.-Pakistan Green Alliance tackles the most pressing environmental problems. Learn more about this historic collaboration here.
Learn how increasing disability rights in a single country can lead to better outcomes, from social inclusion to strengthened economies.
The U.S. and ASEAN member states are working to meet rapidly growing energy demand with renewable sources. Learn about these partnerships.
As world leaders come to U.N. headquarters in New York for the annual General Assembly, take a look back at the site's genesis, 75 years ago.
Celia Cruz immigrated to the U.S. following the Cuban Revolution, going on to become a cultural icon and the "Queen of Salsa."
Ethiopia's Eskender Yoseph is growing his farm with equipment from the U.S. government. Learn how this partnership is boosting food security.