international cooperation

Wide view of President Biden speaking to the United Nations General Assembly (© Richard Drew/AP)

At U.N., Biden calls for cooperation, resilience and peace

Speaking at the U.N. General Assembly, President Biden urged countries to work together toward a safer, more prosperous and equitable world.
People looking at empty hospital bed (© Lewis Madanick/COIL)

Coming to terms with war trauma in Ukraine

Medical specialists from Ukraine visited hospitals in the United States to share insights into treating people injured in war.
Four people talking in a field (U.S. Embassy Pakistan)

Partnership in action: The U.S.-Pakistan Green Alliance framework

The U.S.-Pakistan Green Alliance tackles the most pressing environmental problems. Learn more about this historic collaboration here.
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Blinken: Partnerships are America’s ‘greatest strategic asset’

Secretary of State Antony Blinken says partnerships are vital for solving modern challenges and a source of strength for the United States.
Woman in wheelchair using elevator to board bus (© Steven Senne/AP)

Protecting the rights of people with disabilities helps all of us

Learn how increasing disability rights in a single country can lead to better outcomes, from social inclusion to strengthened economies.
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Looking back at the U.N.’s place in New York

As world leaders come to U.N. headquarters in New York for the annual General Assembly, take a look back at the site's genesis, 75 years ago.
Men working in large pile of grain in front of damaged storage facility (© Scott Peterson/Getty Images)

Ukraine’s neighbors offer routes for grain exports

After Russia walked away from the Black Sea Grain Initiative, Ukraine found alternative routes for its grain.
A wounded Ukrainian woman is being helped into an ambulance. (Photo: © Ukrainian Emergency Service/AP)

U.S. humanitarian aid for Ukraine war tops $2.6 billion

Learn about the kinds of humanitarian assistance the United States provides to help people affected by Russia’s war against Ukraine.
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Ukrainian students face an uncertain school year

As Ukraine's students return to school, the United Nations, the U.S. and Europe are helping to rebuild the nation's schools.