The United States is protecting natural resources and preserving revenue for the Venezuelan people through sanctions on the state-owned oil company, PDVSA.
Uyghur Muslims are an ethnic minority in China. The Uyghurs are persecuted by the Chinese government, with hundreds of thousands held in detention camps.
Secretary Pompeo addressed the Organization of American States to reaffirm the U.S. commitment to the people of Venezuela and Interim President Juan Guaidó.
The United States announces a new approach to trade, security and aid in Africa in a speech by National Security Adviser John Bolton.
The refugee camps in Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh, survived the first monsoon season thanks to the tireless work of global engineering and construction teams.
At the APEC forum in Papua New Guinea, Vice President Pence sets out the advantages of the U.S. as an economic and investment partner in the Indo-Pacific.
Vice President Pence emphasizes U.S. support for "prosperity, security, and shared principles" in the Indo-Pacific at the 6th annual U.S.-ASEAN summit.
One hundred years ago, World War I came to an end. Countries across the world are coming together to commemorate the anniversary.
Strong laws and trustworthy institutions protect investors and businesses from corruption. That's why the different approaches of the U.S. and China matter.