The U.S. continues to build upon its 2017 Women, Peace, and Security Act by helping women around the world to be socially and economically empowered.
The illegitimate Maduro regime's abetting of illegal activities, like drug and gold trafficking, destroys democracy inside and outside of Venezuela.
The U.S. and its partners are backing a free and open Indo-Pacific, while the Chinese Communist Party bullies its neighbors in the region.
William Rowland was on his first assignment in the Republic of the Congo when rebels threatened the U.S. Embassy during the 1997 civil war.
The United States is strengthening its commitment to the countries of the Mekong River basin, focusing on water management, transnational crime and health.
U.S. officials and student groups are urging colleges to defend against China's authoritarian reach on campus. Learn about steps some schools are taking.
Secretary of State Michael R. Pompeo visited Thessaloniki and Crete in Greece to support many U.S.-Greece partnerships for the future.
Hackers working for the Iranian regime have targeted entities worldwide, stealing information and monitoring Iranian citizens.
The U.S. peace agreement with the Taliban in February cleared the way for current talks in Afghanistan toward a lasting peace in the country.