Lenore T. Adkins
Why the United States supports the World Health Organization
Multilateralism and the WHO are essential for stronger global health capacity and security. Learn why the U.S. champions this approach.
How Arlington became a final resting place for veterans
America honors fallen U.S. soldiers on Memorial Day. Learn more about Arlington National Cemetery, where thousands of them were laid to rest.
Conservation diplomacy will protect the Galápagos Islands
Learn how conservation diplomacy will keep the Galápagos Islands, and the thousands of species inhabiting them, beautiful.
World Food Prize laureate turns ‘mines to vines’
Heidi Kühn, winner of this year's World Food Prize, transforms heavily mined areas into sustainable farmland. Learn why she does this work.
Welcome Corps empowers everyday Americans to sponsor refugees
Learn how Welcome Corps helps Americans from every walk of life support refugees who are resettling in the United States.
U.S. to infuse Green Climate Fund with additional $1 billion
President Biden has pledged $1 billion to the Green Climate Fund. Learn how that money will help countries most vulnerable to climate change.
U.S. program connects, empowers entrepreneurs of African descent
Learn how the State Department's African Descendant Social Entrepreneurship Exchange links and supports people within the African diaspora.
As the White House prepares to honor South Korea, take a...
State dinners have several elements, including a VIP guest list, delicious cuisine and high fashion. Read on for a behind-the-scenes look.
U.S. funds will boost global semiconductor supplies, secure info tech
Learn how money from the CHIPS Act will help the State Department improve global supply chains and secure the global Internet.