Emily Louise Bowman
From securing pathogens in research hospitals to eliminating small arms in conflict zones, the U.S. is helping African governments protect their people.
What rights do international students have? The right to free speech lets every student in the U.S. ask big questions in and out of the classroom.
Universities rely on free speech. But the Chinese government is using students in other countries to suppress political opinions it doesn't like.
Venezuela's economic collapse has left its people vulnerable to once eradicated diseases that could spread across the Americas.
Secretary Pompeo commemorates the 30th anniversary of the Chinese government's violent crackdown on peaceful demonstrators in Tiananmen Square in 1989.
The TOMODACHI Initiative connects thousands of young American and Japanese students with opportunities to learn about each other's cultures.
How does a lemonade stand turn into a full-fledged business? Programs designed to inspire young entrepreneurs teach American children valuable skills.
Cuban artists are boycotting the 2019 Havana Biennial. Their alternative show protests Decree 349, a law that makes independent artistic expression a crime.
Technical experts from 11 countries led by the U.S. Navy will provide disaster response training and humanitarian aid during Pacific Partnership 2019.