International Cooperation

Mark Green, John J. Sullivan and Ivanka Trump standing in front of mural (State Dept.)

U.S. gives $120 million in new aid for Venezuelans

New U.S. funds will provide emergency food and health assistance to vulnerable Venezuelans in Colombia, Ecuador, Brazil, and throughout the region.
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U.S. and ASEAN join forces in historic exercise

For the first time, the United States and the Association of Southeast Asian Nations partnered for an official maritime training exercise.
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Promoting prosperity in the Indo-Pacific

What is most important to have a thriving Indo-Pacific region? Economic investment, secured waterways, and diplomatic relations.
Juan Guaidó in crowd of people (© Fernando Llano/AP Images)

More than 50 countries support Venezuela’s Juan Guaidó

The governments of countries around the world are formally recognizing Juan Guaidó as the interim president of Venezuela.
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U.S., Algeria combat cultural property trafficking

For years, the U.S. has helped Algeria to protect and conserve its cultural heritage. A recent bilateral agreement makes that partnership even stronger.
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U.S. and Guatemala sign Asylum Cooperation Agreement

Learn more about the Asylum Cooperation Agreement between the U.S. and Guatemala and what it means for future relations between the two countries.
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Countries in Africa reject Belt and Road deals

Some countries in Africa have suspended or canceled projects that are part of China's global Belt and Road Initiative. Find out why.
Nicolás Maduro walking with a large group of uniformed men (© Miraflores Palace/Handout/Reuters Pictures)

Maduro suppresses Venezuela’s military with Cuba’s help

The former Maduro regime has used Fidel Castro's playbook and Cuban advisers to suppress opposition in Venezuela's armed forces, a new report says.
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A USNS Comfort mission by the numbers

The USNS Comfort left Panama after providing medical, dental, and eye-related treatment and care to 6,691 patients, some of them Venezuelan.