The United States and international partners are continuing to increase COVID-19 vaccination rates in dozens of countries around the world.
The U.S. is helping Indo-Pacific partners better monitor their ocean waters to combat illegal fishing and protect resources.
President Biden and other Indo-Pacific leaders announced a new economic framework to ensure fair and sustainable economic growth.
Leaders from the Quad nations of the U.S., Australia, India and Japan will address COVID-19 and other challenges at a summit in Tokyo.
Numerous Pacific nations are sending humanitarian or military aid to Ukraine in response to Russian President Vladimir Putin's aggression.
The U.S. government is funding translations of old Chinese and Japanese texts as well as studies of other Asian languages.
On a recent trip, Secretary of State Antony Blinken met with Indo-Pacific partners to address the COVID-19 pandemic and other challenges.
The U.S. supports a free and open Indo-Pacific and works to improve prosperity, fight climate change and support democracy in the region.
The U.S., Australia, India and Japan are working together to tackle the COVID-19 pandemic and climate change and to advance Indo-Pacific security.