On a recent trip, Secretary Blinken advanced long-standing U.S. relationships with North African partners and encouraged peace.
In this video, learn more about U.S. priorities for the Indo-Pacific and how this vision aligns with the needs of people in the region.
Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador and Panama are creating one of the world's largest marine protected areas. Learn more about this partnership.
U.S. and European partners are investing $80 billion in development financing to help Africa's economic recovery from COVID-19.
Under the African Growth and Opportunity Act, companies in sub-Saharan nations can ship duty-free to the U.S. if they meet certain criteria.
The U.S. Department of Energy's 2021 "Solar Futures Study" found that solar power could constitute up to 45% of the nation's energy by 2050.
On a recent trip to Singapore and Vietnam, Vice President Harris affirmed America's commitment to its Indo-Pacific partners.
The United States is working with partner nations to combat illegal fishing, protecting a valuable food source and preserving ecosystems.
The United States supports cooperatives around the world. Learn more about the business model that gives workers access to tools and resources to succeed.