Chilean President Sebastian Pinera shaking hands with Mike Pompeo (© Martin Bernetti/AFP/Getty Images)

Pompeo underscores partnerships on South America trip

Secretary Pompeo urges U.S. allies to seize a historic opportunity for freedom, peace and prosperity in the Western Hemisphere.
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U.S. and Malta join to fight financial crime

The U.S. Embassy in Malta and the country's government are fortifying financial regulations to protect against money laundering and terrorist financing.
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U.S. designates Iran’s ‘Guard Corps’ as terrorist organization [video]

Watch this video about why the U.S. Department of State has designated Iran's Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps as a foreign terrorist organization.
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400 years of American-Dutch economic ties

The Dutch and Americans have enjoyed a 400-year trade relationship. Their countries will co-host the 2019 Global Entrepreneurship Summit June 3-5.
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Indian car maker sets up shop in Motor City

Indian manufacturing giant Mahindra & Mahindra has "doubled its bets" on America by opening Detroit's newest automotive assembly plant in 25 years.
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Free market system makes U.S. world leader in agriculture [video]

Secretary Pompeo emphasizes America's global leadership in agriculture during a trip to Iowa and notes U.S. generosity in food donations.
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The U.S. and Vietnam: A valued partnership

Vietnam will host the February 27–28 summit between President Trump and North Korean Chairman Kim Jong Un. Learn more about U.S.-Vietnam ties.
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Secretary Pompeo on China [infographic]

Secretary Pompeo says the U.S. has long cherished its friendship with China, but "it is no longer realistic" to ignore their fundamental differences.
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Trump, Japan’s Abe stand in solidarity

President Trump and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzō Abe are united on how to deal with North Korea and agree that a nuclear North Korea cannot be tolerated. They also pledge to work for free and fair trade.